Opinion | feministabulous: Banishing Chrissy Teigen from the social media universe might give us something to do right now. But a much more effective solution would be to pressure social media companies to take online harassment seriously. - MSNBCDaily
Before we banish Chrissy Teigen from the social media universe, we need to take a good, hard look at ourselves.
. For a solid moment, they essentially became the internet’s favorite villain. And the truth is that we were all complicit in the harassment and retraumatization of a teenager who was already in the grip of what they now call an abusive relationship.By keeping our attention trained on Teigen, we can conveniently erase ourselves from the narrative. We become absolved of any responsibility when we entertain the myth of the irreprochable spectator of bullying.
Each day on twitter there is one main character. The goal is to never be it— maple cocaine (@maplecocaine)January 3, 2019When we use the tunnel vision that social media so strongly encourages and only focus on the perpetrator, we don’t see our role — or the power we all have to change the situation.
Fighting cyberbullying could benefit from some teachings of another discipline. In his book “How To be an Anti-Racist,” scholarIbram X. Kendiwrites that we need to focus on the system rather than the individual — because that’s the most efficacious way to achieve progress. headtopics.com
“Americans have long been trained to see the deficiencies of people rather than policy,” he writes. “It's a pretty easy mistake to make: People are in our faces. Policies are distant.” Cancelling a racist person, whatever that means, doesn’t end racism. The same goes with any social problem, including online bullying and harassment.
April 17, 202100:56Making Teigen disappear won’t eradicate bullying. It may actually worsen it, because it reinforces the idea that in order to be liked you need to be perfect, or that in order to be accepted you need to hide what makes you human. Banishing Teigen from the social media universe might give us something to do right now. But a much more effective solution would be to pressure social media companies to take online harassment seriously and create smarter technology to stamp it out.
Giving schools more resources to train teachers and students in positive conflict resolution would also help children develop healthier coping and conflict conflict resolution strategies. Bullying has become so completely normalized in the technology and media children consume. It continues to be the model for our political coverage as well.
It's so much easier to magnify the mistakes of others instead of looking at ourselves because most of the time, what we hate the most in other people is often what we most fear about ourselves. Read more: MSNBC »
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feministabulous Daily مثل مسدود رجوی مثل صدام حسین مثل شمر بن ذی الجوشن مثل چنگیز خان مغول مثل بنیتو موسولینی مثل توجو هیدکی مثل مائو مثل استالین ادم میکشند و ذره عذاب وجدان هم ندارند این هدیه انتخاباته؟ Irans regime killed the ppl Iran...yasuj....yesterday feministabulous Daily When someone is more interested in harassing others online instead of attempting to counter an argument with substantial evidence, that is a definite sign of psychotic behavior. There is a LOT of this type of behavior found online among Donald Trump's voting base right now.
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John Legend Calls Out Michael Costello’s ‘Lie’ About Chrissy TeigenJohn Legend Calls Out Michael Costello's 'Lie' About Chrissy Teigen (via JustJared) JustJared A truly disgusting pair, perfect for each other. JustJared I’m tired of this story. People mean on internet JustJared What was the lie? Did he say she was attractive?
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John Legend Claims Designer Michael Costello Fabricated Direct Messages From Chrissy Teigen“Chrissy [Teigen] apologized for her public tweets, but after her apology, Mr. [Michael] Costello fabricated a DM exchange between them,” John Legend wrote. “This exchange was made up, completely fake, never happened' Yes, but it’s directionally true and that’s what matters. I learned that by watching cable news. il love chrissyteigen Yeah, sure John whatever you say. 😂🤣🤣🤣
Chrissy Teigen Claims The Bullying DMs Michael Costello Are Fake, And She Posted The Real OnesA messsss. Throw them both away
John Legend Claims Designer Michael Costello Fabricated Direct Messages From Chrissy TeigenJohn Legend tweeted that DMs between fashion designer Michael Costello and Chrissy Teigen, in which she allegedly bullied him, are illegitimate. Yeah alright John Gd! 👀👀 milkers alexa, play all girls are the same by juice wrld
John Legend Says Michael Costello's Alleged DMs From Chrissy Teigen Are 'Completely Fake''This exchange was made up,' the singer said, joining the celebrity bullying news cycle that just will not end. 'Never happened.' Ok. Has Chrissy apologized to Quvenzhane Wallis yet? Has Chrissy unblocked Courtney Stodden so she can directly apologize to them?
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Claim Direct Messages Posted by Michael Costello Are ‘Completely Fake’Amid Chrissy Teigen’s apology and exit from Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” and her Safely brand due to resurfaced tweets, she and husband John Legend have taken to Twitter, c… John Legend tryna get back in them cheeks tonight What about the ones she has admitting to bullying and encouraging suicide? Lot more newsworthy than possibly one false one