• In certain instances, they create unhealthy environments which are less productive than they are beneficial to the ecosystem of the school.

    A lot of anti-bullying campaigns would have you believe that regular adolescent behavior is a form of bullying, when most of the time, it's just that: adolescent behavior. The definition of what constitutes bullying has transformed radically over the years; while it is understood that bullying is more than the canonical representation of it in films, the extreme prevalence of these campaigns seems to exaggerate the numbers and instances of what it looks like. To this extent, the super-safe environments which they create might be a nest for the advent of politically correct culture that does not curb violence, but propagates the belittling of expression under the perception that something which is offensive is automatically targeting of someone, and therefore, bullying.

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