Body-Shaming is a form of language used to denigrate or deride someone’s appearance, causing the person to feel uncomfortable or offended.
Joking, which means that the recipient must feel comfortable and happy. Do not confuse jokes and ridicule by a word that is only happy to receive or not cause unpleasant feelings for others, and only encapsulated within the boundaries of the familiar. Once you do not determine the boundaries of these two issues, you will be able to step on it at any time, no matter what your purpose is.
Body-Shaming is a form of language used to denigrate or deride someone’s appearance
Today, with the speed of development of science and technology, social networking has become an “ideal place” for attackers, of which the specific tool is language. More than 80% of the stigmata take place on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, where the consequences are irrevocable.
As for people who are badly disguised, many will spend most of their time scrutinizing their own shortcomings, constantly feeling irritated and upset. Gradually those emotions will stagnate into shame, always feeling inferior. These emotions form psychological self-deprecation or afraid to communicate, isolate themselves from society. At a more complex level, these people will fall into depression because they do not want to go out, do not want to appear in front of anyone. More dangerous, the complexity of appearance will lead to suicide.
Although she tries to change herself, people do not accept her
A recent heartbreaking story of The Guardian: Jessica Laney, a lovely girl who became a cyberbullying victim, committed suicide at the age of 16. Not only was she derided about her appearance, Jessica also received more terrible words like “Can you die?” or “No one cares about you”.
There are many terrible words like”Why are you so confident? Don’t come out your house” or “Can you die?” or “I want to beat her up”.
So please stop! Please do not mistreat each other, kill each other with words. Please have mercy on the souls who are screaming indignantly against themselves for going against the standard of beauty of society. Every person born is different, in all aspects, please do not use this baseless measure to hurt each other. Everyone has their own beauty, keep it with all the enthusiasm and respect that you have.
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