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Discrimination laws allow claims for only the specific reasons the law write about (which include race, national origin, gender, age, religion, color, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, sometimes a few others). However, the laws apply to employment, housing, and state or federal agencies and offices. While it is possible for a discrimination claim to be filed between two members of the same race for discrimination, unless those parties are in the position of landlord, employer, or government agency/bureau, such action may fail to be considered discrimination. Also, discrimination involves the denial of an opportunity or right due to a persons race, national origin, age, etc. A statement that a situation may have caused embarrassment may not be enough to support any claim of discrimination, particularly if a person cannot show any "loss" such a comment may have caused them to suffer. While people are free to file lawsuits as they see fit, they will normally have to support their claims with sufficient evidence.