We have seen just so much terrible things happening to kids who are bullied. But the problem is nobody really takes a stand. Well, maybe some will, but never everyone. WWYD(What Would You Do?, the TV show) experimented this. They took a couple of girls to the park, and had them stage an act where 1 girl was bullied and the other girls bullied her. 1 against 4. What they noticed was that most of the people that were walking by but saw the act and stood up to them were women.
I'm not saying that men aren't bullied, that men generally don't help bullied kids.... I'm saying that, well, the group consisted of girls. Notice this. Now these women that stopped them MAY OR MAY NOT have been bullied in the same circumstances-with a group of girls teaming up and bullying one girl who can't defend herself, or these women might have seen it happen before and had noticed and stood up to those girls because they felt sorry and may have known how the victim felt because of previous experience. The problem in this is that no men really stood up for that girl being bullied. They may not have experienced it themselves as the women standing up had. But that should never mean that they still shouldn't have stood up for her. She was bullied! Why can you not help her? That's what I think is wrong with bullying-the only ones standing up for it are the ones who had it happen to them too.
Agree or disagree?
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