Saturday, May 11, 2013 9:32:56 PM
Honestly if the opinions of 10 million internet-jackoffs got to him then he had problems LONG before the video came out. I don't feel bad for him at all. Once you let the opinions of others rule what you think of yourself you`ve truly forgotten what matters in the first place.
Saturday, May 11, 2013 8:30:21 AM
what a sad and different world from the one i lived in as a high school kid (mid 1970's). we just called one another b*tches and sluts and whores and slept with each other`s boyfriends. nothing so traumatic as films of rape posted or passed around (like steubenville and other locales) or other forms of cyberbullying.
i`m glad he`s says he`s over it. but looking at him, he still looks damaged.
i wish i could hug him and tell him things get better as you get older but i don`t know what kind of future is ahead for all of us in this post-everything-you-ever-do/say/think atmosphere that we live in now.
Saturday, May 11, 2013 7:44:49 AM
syke22, Cyberbullying is real in at least 2 ways. For one thing it isn't restricted to the cyber world since everyone at school, work, etc. gets to see it and take part in real time. The other is that the victim probably can`t help thinking that now the whole world knows and there`s no where to go where he/she isn`t going to be recognised and further antagonised. I don`t know that the last would pertain to social networking sites (I consider them "stalker networking sites"), but, if you`re in a video that`s gone viral worldwide, I can understand how you might feel you`ve lost any chance at privacy without remianing in solitude.