• People are too sensitive

    When I was growing up when someone said something offensive to me id just laugh because it was either true or just funny maybe I'm weird but as soon as one person says something out of pocket the whole world tries to get rid of them to me that's messed up.

  • Yeah it should

    Maybe it’ll make people worry more about how to deal with people than worry about if they’re born in the wrong gender. If they’re born in the wrong gender and they’re more worried about a fat kid beating them up, That’ll get them to snap out of their gender dysphoria

  • Yes It should

    More bullying will toughen up the snowflakes in this world every body these days are so concerned with bullying that it is making others weak and a weak society as a whole Not only that but a weak society will only carry on to another society as well after this one.

  • Bullying is a greater problem than most people realize.

    The prompt is misinformative. Bullying still exists. In fact, It's more rampant than ever. With the introduction of the Internet and more exposure to social media, Bullying has more fuel to keep burning. Yes, Bullying SHOULD stop. However, Saying this is nothing more than being idealistic.

    Bullying is a greater problem than most people realize. In fact, Among teenagers, The 2nd leading cause of death is suicide (more teens die from suicide each year than from homicides). In fact, The percentage of depression and anxiety in kids aged 6 to 17 has nearly doubled from 2007 to 2012, From 5. 4 to 8. 4 percent. This is not a problem that you can shrug off. In fact, One in five students have been reported to been bullied (this figure is probably higher due to people being too embarrassed to share their experience).

    And what's with the edgy saying "man up"? People seem to think bullying is mostly a bunch of jeering and simple one-liners, Like "you're ugly", But this is not the primary reason bullying is a huge problem. To be a bully is to take a magnifying glass, Peer into a person's insecurities and vulnerabilities, And fault them for it: repeatedly. To be a bully is to relentlessly, And consciously, Say hurtful things about a person's living situation (maybe their parents can't get food on the table), A person's social situation (maybe they have high-functioning autism and can't make any friends), Or something about their physical appearance (a girl who can't lose weight despite trying).

    Yes, It's beneficial to stop being so melodramatic in today's society, To use our logical minds once in a while to stop, Think, And process information before acting. But normalizing bullying isn't it.

  • Why should it be brought back?

    Bullying still exists. And why support it? Bullying can lead to suicide. If a kid is having trouble at home, The last thing they need is trouble at school. Nobody deserves to be picked on for their likes/interests/sexuality/gender/looks, And that is why bullying needs to be stopped. So many kids are already miserable with the amount of coursework they have, They don't need the stress of bullying added on to that.

  • What the hell sort of argument is this? Bullying still exists and is still a problem.

    Bullying is already an issue, While not as big nowadays, It surely still exists. Bullying does not "toughen up" someone. It is a slow and painful cycle of torture that bullied children have to go through every day whilst at school. Bullying is a serious problem needs to be stopped. Have you ever been publicly humiliated in front of all of your peers by someone? Have you ever been robbed, Beaten up or attacked by someone? Have you ever been told to kill yourself by someone, While they were looking at you in the face when saying it? Have you ever felt the dread of knowing what happens to you once you go through the school doors, And into the halls? Maybe I'm too much of a snowflake to understand this, But bullying is a problem that millions of children, Many of whom are under 10, Face every day.

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