...this won a Nebula????
It is a fine, arresting little bit of fluff, but it is not science fiction and it isn't a story.
I used to admire the Nebulas, but if this is a winner, cancel my admiration.
When did political correctness take over science fiction?
Sarah Hoyt points out the existential "Oikophobia" of the story.
And John Wright offers this:
//The word for when a person erects in his mind a false image of a group of people, and sees them only as that image, that false stereotype, and moreover it is a despicable stereotype, one that robs them not just of dignity, but of their very humanity… that word is bigot.