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“I’m just another nothing”, “Society will always leave you feeling worthless”, “No one cares, they’re just pretending”, “I can’t tell if I’m getting better… or if I’m just used to the pain”. These are things that teenagers say nowadays. It’s a shock you might say, but its reality. Is this justice? Is bullying fair? Is it fair to the person being bullied? There are many examples of bullying all around us. Many celebrities and in movies. One celebrity that comes to mind is Demi Lovato. This girl has gone through not only depression but also, an eating disorder and self-harm. Teens get bullied for their weight, personality, race, looks, etc. Is this fair? Honestly. In some schools, people don’t take action because of the fact that there’s a thing called freedom of speech. That’s why bullying isn’t physical anymore. Instead, its cyber, and verbal.
Why do kids bully? Some kids, who have been bullied, become the bully. Some kids have a hard time at home. Some kids may just have low self-esteem. Whatever the case is, bullying isn’t being treated correctly. Go on tumblr and check out the depressing pages. You’ll find millions of blogs of teens and juveniles expressing their feelings through quotes, memes, motion-pictures, videos, songs, and most of all, pictures. The media says “STOP BULLYING”, do this, do that, buy this, join that. It’s ridiculous because it has no type of impact on MOST to all bullies. In school, bullying isn’t accepted. But why are there still teens that complain to the World Wide Web about how terrible their life is and ask why are they hated so much? You have straight A, artistic students, original to say the least, wishing to be accepted. Homo-sexuals, Emo’s, Punks, Religious teens, etc, all just wanting to be accepted. The teenager doesn’t even have to have a title. They could just be beautiful or good looking and out of nowhere, BAM!, a hater appears.
Brandon Bitner. Straight A student. Had a passion for the violin. At his middle-school talent show he brought the house down. Pretty soon he took on the look of an Emo kid. You know.. the black eyeliner and black-clothing. For three years, at a school that allowed him to find friends and which was an outlet for his personality and emotions was also a place of torment for the poor young teen. He was fourteen years old when he wrote his suicide note, in which he stated that ‘it was a torment’. Instead of enduring four years of being called a “faggot” or a “sissy”, he instead stepped in front of a tractor-trailer rig on routes 11/15 in Perry County on November 6, 2010.
Teen bullying is not just ‘kidding around’. It’s not something to ignore even if the teen being bullied says they’re fine. Because chances are 9/10 that they are completely lying. That’s another problem. Teens are so used to bullying that they are amazingly talented at hiding themselves from the world. They are so miserable that they lock themselves somewhere and burn themselves. Some are so cheerless that they raise their hand in the air and slam it against their body time and time again until they are covered in bruises. Some are so upset that they drag a blade across their skin, covering themselves in scars. This is injustice; this isn’t fair. You might be wondering what I define as being unfair. To what am I directing my words to? They are being directed to the actions America takes when it comes bullying. We wait till a kid dies to finally open our eyes and for a second, have a flash of emotion, which soon starts to fade away as we forget and move on.
‘Bullying is being taken care of’, they say. ‘It is not’, we say. Sure there are many associations out there, many groups, and centers to help those who need it. We now have psychologists, guidance counselors, and more. But what ensures you that kids and teens will WANT to seek for help? That’s the issue. That the more the teen is bullied, the less hope they have. But every cloud has a silver lining. How do we fix this problem of injustice in teen bullying? By being LOUD. Watch out with what you say to others and also what you think about them too. Set an example for yourself first before you go out there and set it for others. Something we may say a lot is, ‘put yourself in their shoes’. We say it to others, but most of us personally don’t do it. Understand that Bullying isn’t a small thing that you hear about from time to time and that’s it. It’s more than that. It’s something we all go through which for some, it destroys them. If God is love, and he created us, then our purpose is to love. And love is a big word even though it has only four letters. So as humans, let’s use love, to cancel out hate.
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