We grow up in a meshwork. We are affected by each other. What you say, what you do, your relation to that individual. They all affect a person. I don’t care if you say “you don’t care”. The way that people treat you, the way that people see you, they are all factors in which we are entangled. If you are criticizing an individual please, please, make note of how that will affect the other party. People are unable to get out of these complex social relations.
I have just been visiting this blog recently and I have seen some very disturbing along with nasty remarks about individuals. Please, Please I hope that the people “staying under their shades” realize this:
I have written a few things to the SugarSweetHate Blog, I apologize for “praising” this sort of blog at first. It was the fact that I was astonished at this type of thing. It was all a new experience for me, and it was new in the sense that it was quite particular. With further research into the blog, I realized it really is the blackmarket of tumblr, and the “shady alley way”
You have so much hate and it really causes some individuals to have such negative and low self esteem. People are learning attitudes as learning worlds. Maybe in a way, just the concept of having these types of ideas and blogs…allow individuals to experience how the world is so complex. And might I simply say: full of shit.
Yes I understand, people are hardwired. I’ve seen things about it such as saying this “isn’t internet bullying” but I want to reiterate how there is so much hate concentrated. And people have this sort of: safety net in which an individual may remain anonymous in order to vector their malicious intents. It is in the human nature where one is subject to their preferences and idealized beauty. They judge. There is no stopping it. But what really instigates this oh-so-easily-put-public-hate is the anonymous factor.
I would also like to note it has been an interesting as to note that despite this supposedly focusing only on the so called “kawaii” blogs of Tumblr it seems to have somehow “morphed and started going toward just anyone popular in the terms of fashion blogs.
I don’t exactly particularly know of the backgrounds in which the anons go through nor do I understand all the individuals it affects (or even the owner), but I will say one thing: people grow up in an environment in which it consistently is intertwined and there is a reciprocity in which is consistently in this multidimensional cooperative relationship.
Maybe I’m asking too much of society of Tumblr, to be more… so-called “nice” or to “watch what you say”, or even “treat people the way you want to be treated’. I guess this would be in a sense about being more “open-minded” and understanding the human feeling, it’s not just about necessarily having compassion. I just want you to understand how your remarks do affect individuals and should essentially be understood that it should not be done on a whim.