A Buddhist monk is not exactly a bigoted or hateful person.
He might be a vegetarian or a vegan or a feminist.
He doesn’t hate gay people or people of color.
He just doesn’t believe that they are worthy of respect or humanity.
The Buddhist monk does not believe that a woman is a woman, and he doesn’t consider himself to be a sexist or racist.
This is because he is a Buddhist, a religion founded by monks and priests who, in their practice, practice a form of compassion and forgiveness for others.
As a Buddhist monk, this means he doesn’st believe in discrimination, discrimination against women, and sexism and racism against people of all faiths and creeds.
But as a bigot, this does not mean that he has no value or compassion.
In fact, it means that he is in fact a bigot.
This article originally appeared on Polygon.