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Perhaps the most blatant form of racism I have ever experienced was back in university when I was dating my first real boyfriend. We were at a bar with old high school friends when, somehow, the topic of glasses came up. At one point, he casually turned to me and said, "How do you put contacts in? First of all, I have perfect eyesight and don't own glasses or contacts, so the sudden question perplexed me.