So you know how SJWs are always saying things like “it doesn’t matter that ____ (ie skinny/cis/hetero/male people) face so much hate online, they can just go offline and the world will cater to them”?
Well, I found out recently that it’s possible to get PTSD from the internet through bullying (source: skepticink.com, from psychologist Caleb Lack who was NOT talking about Melody Hensley in particular whatsoever and refused to comment on her particular case; this is just in general, though I personally think Hensley is full of cr*p because who would go back into an environment that had given them PTSD? That’s a whole other issue though). I’m pretty sure it’s veeeeery rare for it to happen but it can, and PTSD isn’t the only damage to mental health that can be done.
Basically, the argument SJWs have is crap because blatant hatred towards cis/hetero/male/etc people, and especially targeting people who say something deemed “problematic” can cause serious damage to people even if the only hate they face is online.
For example, I saw many SJW posts about how anyone who shipped a certain problematic ship (my ship, of course) was a disgusting human being - I had been recovering from depression but seeing those posts caused me to relapse a few months ago and I’m still not entirely better.
You’re right Anon, cyber bullying has been tied to severe depression, PTSD, and suicide as well as being done mostly by teens, which is why it’s so telling that SJWs think cyber bullying is actually positive or does anything for the injustices they claim to be fighting against. In fact, knowing that it’s teens perpetuating this isn’t surprising, but you’d think with all the facts, they would want to fight against it instead of creating it. (And it’s not just being studied in the US, there is a lot of studies going on in the UK about this too.)
Happy brothers after being rescued from a circus [video]
dON’T FUCKING CRY
Photographer Lassi Rautiainen recently captured the profound partnership between a she-wolf and a brown bear in the wilds of northern Finland. For days, he witnessed the strange pair meet every evening to share food after a hard day of hunting. No one knows when or how this relationship was formed, “but it is certain that by now each of them needs the other.” - Source
She looked perfectly into the camera
she looked perfectly into eternity u mean