Anyone here ever been on the receiving end of reverse discrimination? Lost a job? Waited too long on line? Called names? I have been. Nothing really blatant, just different, less attentive treatment in service industry situations, like shops, restaurants, etc. It doesn't happen very often, probably no more than a dozen times in my life, but when it does it's very noticeable. The odd thing is that it doesn't bother me all that much. Granted, most discrimination is reprehensible; I just can't get all worked up over reverse discrimination, at least when it happens to me. First, it happens so infrequently as to be almost a novelty. Second, no real harm has ever been done to me. Besides, I'm more inclined to chalk up rude behavior as just "one of those bad days" we all have. But I've never been denied employment, or housing, or a promotion, or anything serious, due to reverse discrimination. No doubt I'd feel differently if that were the case. Anyone have any experiences or opinions they'd like to share?