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What does it feel to be trapped What does it feel to not be able to find the exit Trapped within the confines of a place in which the existence of a human being has been define to a certain group that hold its own unique set of expectations Groups that have the big distinction that as people they are different within this control environment Speaking out against this is not what is expected but rather fitting in quietly is Human beings tend to look down upon things that are uncomfortable to them things that arent necessarily what they have to come expect if it doesnt fit in then it isnt good enough This what young Americans have to live with everyday having to learn how to fit in because if they are different they arent necessarily special but rather seen as a target of ridicule in which people that have no emotional association exploit their weakness for the fun of it Now imagine walking into a place everyday spending the majority of the day in this place and being constantly attacked because of what makes one person different This would become a constant fear to constraint the actions of this young fellow who has done nothing wrong but dare to be different and set himself apart from the mold And at the end of the day wasnt that what people like Zora Neale Hurston Harriet Jacobs Sojourner Truth and many more were people who dare defy the boundaries that had been set by a society who only relies on the strong and forgets about the weak To be a slave is not only to just be the property of another person but is also living in fear that the next day will be worst than the one that already passed What is bullying The dictionary defines bullying as the action of using force to influence or intimidate a person to do
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