ebster defines normal as: the regular or normal kind or as average intelligence and sound in body and mind. After that definition one is pushed toward Webster’s definition of average that is something usual in a group, class or series.
In other words, average is being ordinary or normal. With this in mind why would anyone want to be normal? Normal shouldn’t have anything to do with statistics. In other words, if 90 % of where you live is blonde hair and blue eyes does that mean this physical description has to be normal. If this was true does this mean that anyone who has black hair and brown eyes should be considered abnormal?
I’m bald with gray eyes, which would make me even more abnormal. There are many examples of what we, as a society, think as being normal. Most of the people living in the United States are Christian. Does this mean that anyone who is not Christian is abnormal? Do Moslems or Atheists believe they are abnormal because they are not part of a majority? I am saddened to say many people in our nation believe this.