Invidious discrimination is the formal or informal classfication of peaple into the different groups that are subject to unequal treatment, right, and abligations without rational justfication.
If there is substantive rational justfication for the unequal status, then the discrimination is not invidious.
Criteria commonly used to justify lines of distinction include sex, race, class, religion, age, and nationality, but such factors often have no bearing on an individual's capacity to perform work or be a community member.
The discriminator typically holds the belief - with no genuine justfication - that the aggrieved group is inferior.
The term implies that the factors on which the discrimination is based are essentially irrelevant.
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