I wonder why female bullying is undervalued.
Female bullies can be just as mean as male bullies.
when I was in elementary and middle school (and still now in HS) the 90% of people that teased me and were mean to me were girls.
Most boys on the other hand were nice to me and tried to help me most of the times.
Other girls laughed of me, did things just to annoy me, and told me that "I was an inferior being" and that "it would have been better off if I were dead" (their words).
And they were always able to get away with it.
When I was in 5th grade I was told it would have been better off if I were dead by a girl, just in front of the teacher.
And the teacher did nothing because "she was a girl".
Because of those bitches I developed sort of a lack of trust towards my own gender, and I have severe issues interacting with other girls, while with guys it's easier.
And that's what happened to someone who doesn't care about insults, what other people think of her, and teasing. In fact, probably the only thing that really hurt me was that "it would have been better off if you were dead".
But really, I try to avoid getting teased and laughed at if I can, therefore I have problems interacting with other girls, even if they are my friends.
Because I think they are going to laugh at me and tease me when I'll turn my back, and worse of all, won't have the guts to tell things to my face.
I'd like people to tell things to my face, at least.
TL; DR: girls can be bullies too and can be just as mean as male bullies.
It's not true that "boys are always worse"; my experience, and the exprience of many other people I know, it's a proof.
Read these: teenadvice.about.com/od/violen… www.ncpc.org/topics/bullying/g…
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