I was just seized by the moment.
There is biased in that statement alone. You are female making you a member of the 'underrepresented'. I, on the other hand, am a white-male and the discrimination against me is incredible. Two of the best examples are in jobs and in university. A native-American can stumble out of High-School and go to Standford for, well, pretty much for free and get handed a doctorate degree. The same applies for almost every, so-called, minority and underrepresented group. A white male, however, must have straight A s, be a perfect athlete, and has to know the President's second cousin just to get into any old college and perhaps graduate with $30,000 of debt. Reverse racism is real. White children under the age of eight are already in the minority. No college will believe that I am an African-American, either, even though I am, because I am not black: more racism.