People are generally intrigued by something that they are not used to. While some people resort to bullying because it does not confirm to society's standards. Some appreciate the uniqueness. It is not secret that we are not the same and that people have different moral compasses. That's why some feel it is necessary to say hurtful things.
Social media has become one of the most depressing things in the world. It can make many people to be depressed if you are not careful. So many people are hiding behind their phones and saying hurtful things to people. It is a shame that we have resulted in a generation that feeds on other people's hurt.
A twitter user shared a how it started picture versus now of a little girl. She looks totally different from when she was a little girl. Which we are sure she was trolled. In my culture children are not ugly or anything because they will grow up and look different. Mzansi couldn't stop gushing over the little princess.
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