So I did a quiz about reality, instead of using opinions, I used research/stats.
I formulated questions to, sometimes, trick people into believing it was the author's (my) intention to insert my own opinions in and sway whoever was taking the test to choose the answer I implied was correct. This was to test whether or not the test taker was an independent thinker, or just someone who went with peer pressure. I mean, the quiz is about whether or not you live in reality, you don't get a better score for just picking the answer people train you to think is right. People are often wrong.
The question I asked for the above was about where most racial issues come up. I asked a question about the police as it is a stereotype that police are the root of all bad in the world... which is ridiculous, factually.
This is where I switched things up, because there are statistics that imply there is a racial issue with some police, it's not however the most common instance of racial issue. Some people say the reason white people experience less issues is because they are survey'd less, they aren't watched as much, others say it is the systematic oppression of communities, forcing certain groups to resort to non-legal measures to make a living - Either way, these are the facts.
This was a fun one, where we talked about whether or not Atheists often have more successful relationships than many religious groups... turns out, they do.
I put a tricky question into the quiz where I asked about LGBT people being afraid to go to school. See the stereotype is that LGBT people experience extremely hard lives and we should all feel like they are unfortunate in every instance, but if you live in reality, and think about the literalness of life, I personally never saw anyone who was LGBT introduced to anything non-lawful, in fact most LGBT people did not have any fear going to school. You know who did? Me. I had bullies going after me when I was in school, so I actually had to stay home to avoid them... to this day I don't understand why they wanted to harm me... I wasn't LGBT at the time either so... I donno.
I used the pessimism and disdain for relationships a lot of people have to introduce this next question. I implied most people were greedy and did not care about their significant other, but in reality, most people actually marry for love. You see that? Most people are better than you think - that's why you gotta think for yourself.
Turns out most people cheat, which is really just yuck. Like here's the thing, why don't you just, I donno, at least text break up with the person before you do it so it's not cheating? You know? A quick moving on thing - why you gotta do it, then just act like everything is normal? Clearly your relationship isn't going to work out if you're out there wanting to sleep with other people behind their back.
Yup! Turns out most everyone has been with someone who has been ab**ive, but people lose their minds acting like it is a rare thing when it is not. I worded this in a way that played to keyboard warrior logic, where they think people being rude or downright awful in a relationship is some once in a blue moon thing - fact is, it's a common problem.
This brings up the question most people probably lost their high score to (preventing a 100 score) - Turns out, yeah, transgender women do not value monogamy like straight women do. Tough pill to swallow, but this is the reality quiz, not the "Twitter #WeAreGoodPeopleBetterThanYou Quiz" - Hard truth, accept it.
Another test of common sense, most people who have problems with meat eaters think that is almost all meat eaters eat, when in fact they're mostly eating breads/grains etc. If you ate mostly meat your life expectancy would probably be reduced by a quarter if not more. Your blood would get clogged from the narrowing walls of your veins due to the garbage buildup meat often creates.
And lastly, we, a very dumb society want to believe that gay people make up a huge part of the population, when in fact they do not. 4.5% = less than 1 in 10. We as a society just focus on gay people more because they are loud, proud and we are constantly reminded of that. Same applies to most issues, statistics don't matter to our brains, only what interests us - so while most people are out there d***g of ******, we're like "We gotta get better gun control!" when really, if we even remotely cared about keeping humans alive, especially our youth who make bad decisions all the time, we should have more food control.
But we don't care, we're hypocrites and we're full of it.