The most bullying happens on school property and then online. LGBT people, but mostly trans are likely to be killed or brutality murdered, maybe even burned because of who they are. People judge of who they become. In addition, love and acceptance became a problem as well. A lot of people did not accept the kids who were LGBT.
Have you ever thought about the long-lasting argument over whether child soldiers should be given amnesty? Well there is no definite answer and in many ways is a complicated argument. To begin with, child soldiers are kids that are usually forced to join armed forces and commit violence to people all around them through false promises and poverty. In many cases, once they join, its almost impossible to change their mind and leave because they immediately get brainwashed through drugs and alcohol. From there, the kids learn how to kill and then all of the violence starts to happen to those around them.
Bad-Mouth Bullies These bullies crack jokes about you and your friends, making you feel bad. They will hurt your feelings and say hateful things, like “Yo mama” jokes, about your family. They will even go so far as to say bad things about your parents. These bullies hurt your spirit; physically, they won’t actually touch you. They use words and jokes, so try not to entertain them.
In the beginning, the boy bullies Sarah for being different. Sarah is slower and not as smart as other kids. Making her a perfect target to the boy and his friends. One example of Courage at the beginning of the story is even though Sarah knew that everytime she went outside, they would bully her. Instead of just asking to stay inside, she had courage to go outside and play.
The Harsher Consequences of Face to Face Bullying Meet Rochelle, a previous student who told her best friend something very personal. Her best friend told everyone and kids from her school started bullying her. They would call her names and it came to the point where she stopped going to school, stopped eating, had to go to the hospital because she purposely cracked her head open on the sidewalk, and tried to hang herself. (“Stories from People Just Like You”, 22) Just like Rochelle, children all over the world get bullied face to face and never say anything about it. When faced with bullying, students are intimidated to go to school and feel unsafe outside of school, so they detach themselves from the world.
The horrible acts that the once innocent children are forced to commit, some even being forced to kill their families as a barbaric type of initiation are forced to live their lives knowing what they did. Like other children, child soldiers look to their elders as an example, and unfortunately like other children, they imitate the way they act, think, and do. "Trained and educated in the ways of guerrilla war, many child combatants grow up in a world where brutality is the norm . . .
Bullied kids are most likely to be depressed, anxious, and suicidal. They struggle in school —if they do decide to attend at all. They are most likely to carry weapons, get in fights, and use drugs. But when it comes to the actual harm bullying does, you realize there’s more to what the eye can see. Many of us have experienced this sort of cruelty and lived to tell the tale, peer harassment is still commonly written off as a “soft” form of abuse — one that leaves no obvious injuries and that most victims simply get over.
At the beginning, Kyle’s shallow belief is “People like people who look good” which influence by his father. However, the witch at Kyle’s high school puts a curse on him, transforming him into a beast with tattoos, scars, and a swollen face. His attitude towards his ugly appearance at the beginning is scary because he views himself different from others and even views himself as a beast. Meanwhile, many people showed Kyle that they were afraid of him as well as his father shares his son’s distaste for unattractive people so can’t wait to eliminate his son from his life. Therefore even some of the people like his maid and his teacher do not treat him like he was scary; he still may have thought that because he “looks” scary that society will think he is scary so he must act the part because of his “looking-glass self”.
Carson was a black kid living in a very racist time period. When he went to Wilson Junior High he was subject to lots of racism from teachers and students alike. Black kids were stereotypically seen as dumb and unable to succeed, while white kids were seen as superior. “Then, to my embarrassment, she bawled out the White kids because they had allowed me to be number one [in my class]. “You’re not trying hard enough,” she told them.
You can 't be so cruel..." This shows that the kids were very spoiled and crying a lot for the nursery going down as the parents thought of it as vulgar and not right. This is showing us that you shouldn´t give way if you are making a point. Later on in the story, the kids killed the parents because they felt the parents were being unreasonable and wanted to keep the nursery. This shows that the kids spent so much time and got so attached and addicted to