When people discriminate it's usually...
Everyone who did not drive a ham to work today should vote "good".
Think about what discriminate really means, not the emotionally-charged version. It means to recognize a distinction or differentiate. Those aren't inherently bad. We do it every day.
Except in categories of other races of people and sexual orientation or religion having a view of the world where you choose right from wrong is a good thing.
Everyone discriminates against somebody.
And that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Without context it merely means they are able to identify differences. In the context it is most often used, regarding people who "look different", always bad.
No. Serious. People have forgotten that humans discriminate for a reason. Anyone who does not want EMS to respond to a heart attack by repeatedly applying a crocodile would do well to remember that discrimination saves lives.
It's usually good. Most people discriminate On gender when deciding who to date or have sex with. The list of legitimate and beneficial discrimination is very long.