Bullying is such a big subject now because it happens to everyone. Our principal at North said “It isn’t bullying until it happens twice.” But that’s not always the problem. Sometimes a person can say one thing to you, and it can ruin your entire day, week, or even month. I don’t understand why people bully each other, maybe because they’re so insecure about their self they need to bring others down with them. Maybe they don’t get enough attention at their house, or maybe they want friends but they can only show their mean side because they are actually scared of getting hurt themselves.
The taunted person may even be told that they are not allowed to hang out with the other members of the group anymore because they will not follow the group in the things they do. The reasons boys and girls bully are similar. “Girls tend to get picked on if they wear glasses or braces or if they are too skinny or too fat” (Fanning). Over the years, “Boys have picked up on our culture’s ideas of what they are supposed to be. They bully each other about being a ‘wuss’ or not being strong enough” (Fanning).
How can we identify bullying and cyber bullying? Bullies threaten others, they spread rumors, they attack others verbally or physically or both and they harass the victim for a period of time. If the bully is doing all of the above then that is considered as bullying. Cyber bullying is a hard problem to identify, since it’s ‘behind the screen’ and we don’t know who is doing it (unknown). If you’re being cyber bullied make sure you tell someone you trust for
I was treated differently, most of my classmates considered all the teachers that actually made you work for a grade as evil. If they could not breeze through a class without much effort on their part that was exactly what they wanted. Teachers made special accommodations for sports jocks and the druggies. I believe there are valid cases of class discrimination in high school. Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace - I find it hard to believe that in this day and age, you can tell someone in most states – sorry you are gay or lesbian so I am not going to hire you.
I was made fun of daily and got beat up multiple times, mostly by Dick. If it was not Dick bothering me, it was his friends. I would make up excuses to my mom so I would not have to go to school and have to deal with the constant abuse, but even that did not help. Dick would take pictures of me when his friends would give me wedgies and post them on Facebook. I never caught a break.
Bullying is something that occurs all the time. People don’t like being bullied but they don’t know how to stop it. Often people who are being bullied ‘turn the other cheek’ to try and avoid being bullied or making the situation worse. Is turning the other cheek the right thing to do? Ishmael Leseur turned the other cheek to being bullied by Barry Bagsley.
I once came across this kind of situation where two of my friends were fighting about something very insignificant. I acted and prevented my two friends from becoming enemies. If I wouldn’t have stopped them they would have hated each other for a long time. Other people could also relate to this theme when they see someone get bullied online or at school. A good goal would be to try to take action upon tough situations when they appear, and prevent anything worse.
She now feels that she has to wear a wig. Surely as a school community they should have supported the child instead of belittling and under mining her confidence. Maybe the reason why children pick on them is because they don’t understand and don’t care what this child has had to endure. I will tell you what they have had to suffer to get rid of this catastrophic illness: endless sleepless nights; living in fear of not seeing another day; being pinned down to a table by a mask so they can undergo radio therapy and being constantly isolated from friends and family and a complete loss of appetite and that’s not even half of it without the psychological side of things. The media of Facebook allows individuals to manipulate
“The Aftermaths of Male Rape” Introduction Before, the subject of raping used to be considered highly egregious as well as a terrible incident. It was known that being sexually assaulted or raped is something, which can imprison and profoundly affect one’s happiness and health for years, that is involuntary as well as a frightful sexual act that no one, especially for men, would like to experience. For this matter, it was then taught to ceaselessly help and support those who have gone through that terrible experience until they become fully recovered mentally and physically. But today, the beliefs, including the consequences, are different. What used to facilitate the recovery of a male rape victim from irrepressible emotions and illnesses that often derive from the incident have now become either additional burden(s) or more dangerous.
This is in turn has left a “bitter” taste on both sides particularly adolescents, that many adolescents no longer respect the elderly. This disrespectful trend is no way commendable and traditional, but is being accepted and becoming the “norm”. Violence has escalated to the point that even the elderly are being beaten, raped, and robbed for money or even pleasure. Morality in itself is an extremely contradicting aspect of the scenario, but this is the root of the community’s problem. Everyone is using a scapegoat to direct the blame in