Guest Zero (your name isn't related to your IQ, is it?), when someone addresses me with the words "your kind." I become a little suspicious of their intention. After all, I grew up having my bigger neighbors rub smow in my face because it was appropriate for "your kind." They meant being a Jew. Did you mean, "you liberals?" Or, did you mean, "you university directors? Or, did you mean, "you published authors or writers?' I mean, you really don't know much about me from a few posts here. If you took the time to review my Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads or MySpace pages, you could have meant, "you husbands, fathers," or "you retired people." You could have meant, "you amateur ornithologists," or perhaps, "you amateur astronomers." But really, when you dislike someone (and, GZ, you dislike me) and then you address that person as, "your kind," the connotation is not sweet.
Frankly, I would never address anyone with the words, "your kind." It smacks of depracation, devaluation, diminishment and irrelevancy. Or worse, it can mean, "you dangerous people, outsiders, strangers, unwanted," etc. But, almost never when someone addresses another person with, "your kind," does it mean, "you bright, talented, devoted" or "valued" individuals.
Is Guest Zero a closet bigot? I don't know. I'm not saying that. I'm saying that it is not very polite in general conversation with someone you dislike to use the words, "your kind." It does not engender pleasant discourse.
Chuck (a.k.a. Chaz)