Rather it is that such comments speak to the party's discomfort with modernity.
Blonsky said that the fascination is probably due to our discomfort in seeing a child star grow up.
Any white person who has traveled in rural Asia or Africa can attest to the discomfort of sticking out as the only caucasian.
It even escalates the discomfort and duplicity by magnitudes.
That bias sometimes expresses itself as a discomfort with black women whose beauty exceeds the standard of the dominant culture.
How to inflict the maximum of discomfort upon M. Destournelle with the minimum of risk to herself was the question.
Ice formed upon the margin of the water, and several snow-storms impeded their march, adding greatly to their discomfort.
That meant some discomfort for her during part of the time, where the surroundings were not pleasant.
Their state of discomfort did not hinder them from observing what was passing around them.
But the players, though it was impossible for them to forget their own discomfort, at once made the spectators forget theirs.