Worldenterer1 wrote:Heheh, yeah. Headstrong approaches work better in real life: Where people can't delete the conversation or press "X".
Anyways, we are kinda getting off topic. Sooooooooo, yeah. God... Spirits... Stuff...
The problem is that people abuse the anonymity that the internet provides and say things they would be afraid to say in person. A lot of the people who bully others on the internet in real life are cowards. It's easy to be tough when you don't have to face your opponent in person.
We all have to do our part to stand up to bullies, whether they are in our physical space or cyberspace.