Politicians themselves use negative rhetoric against their opponents. People use negative language and rhetoric talking about politicians that further enhances the hatred for this group. They call them people who spend money wastefully and fill their own pockets to enjoy luxuries while common man suffers. They often call them cheaters, frauds and inhuman, and say that “good people don’t go into politics” (Baker, 2006).
The stereotype that labels a tattooed body is one of the most misleading stereotypes which to some extent is true but to a large extent, is false. Public stereotypes tattooed persons as being criminals, addicted to drugs, drunkards, having loose characters like being involved sexually, dirty, rude, indecent, disrespectful, and possessing bad manners. They are thought to be rebellious and violent gangsters. They are also stereotyped as foolish persons sometimes who have no respect for their bodies. Tattooed women are thought to be sluts and whores (Smith, 2010). People see photographs of wanted criminals in newspapers some of whom might have decorated their bodies with tattoos, and they link the same image to every tattooed person which is wrong. People sometimes think of all tattooed persons to be bad and naughty because in some religions, tattoos are totally forbidden, and people decorating their bodies with tattoos are condemned seriously. Public uses negative rhetoric against such persons regardless of the reason why the person got himself tattooed. Most often, it is just the fashion and style that compels one to get tattooed.
People have also stereotyped feminists and the label goes to every person who supports feminist theories. Feminists are most commonly stereotyped as lesbians who hate men and will do anything to kill any man coming her way. This is a very negative and a very severe kind of stereotype that does not hold any truth in it. Thinking of a feminist as a hard core lesbian is not