Lewinsky Public Humiliation Analysis

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Lewinsky tells us of how public harassment had gotten worse over the years. Lewinsky’s main idea is that public humiliation needs to stop as a blood sport and we should move pass it. I agree with Lewinsky because, nobody should be punished heavily for a mistake that follows them, their whole life, and that no one should enjoy this as a form of entertainment. In my experience, I was bullied in middle school, even by people who I thought were my friends. It made me feel horrible and ashamed, and I didn’t know what to do about it. Even though it wasn’t by everyone, I know how it feels to have the world against you, just like Lewinsky. The points are that public humiliation can harm a person and people wouldn’t know, and it shouldn’t be sold at any price; and how we can change this by simply using empathy to others. I will now discuss about how public humiliation can harm a person and people wouldn’t even know.…show more content…
Lewinsky talked about the internet saying that “Since then it has connected people in unimaginable ways, joining lost siblings, saving lives, launching revolutions, but in the darkness, cyberbullying and slut-shaming that I experienced had mushroomed.” Lewinsky’s quote tells us she was the first one to experience this type of misfortune on the internet, and how it helped and bullied people ever since. For me, this goes to show that the internet is a powerful tool, but it can also wound a person, and often people forget that words truly can wound someone badly. It’s not just the internet that can do this, but in real life too, and the same effects of mortification can apply to anyone. Next I will talk about how any type of ignominy shouldn’t be sold at any price at

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