It is very interesting being the "minority". I think it is something everyone could benefit from experiencing. It gives you a whole new perspective on things.
I now understand how it feels to Hope and Isaac at Target store in Elk River, MN and have people look too long at them.
Not that I blame them for wondering or checking them out, but it is an odd feeling to have someone look at you long enough to make you feel squirmy.
We are getting used to being the guy that stands out in a crowd. It is good to understand what it feels like to be different. Thank the Lord that He sees us all the same. Having experienced both sides, I think being the minority is more difficult. It makes you hyper-aware of yourself. It is easier being able to blend in with your surroundings.