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Dark Qiviut

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About Dark Qiviut

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  • Birthday 04/10/1987

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    Sonic, writing, painting, debating, Digimon.
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  1. Wrestler Hana Kimura's death at 22 years through what may be a suicide really highlights just how cancerous cyberbullies/trolls on social media can be. It doesn't matter how famous they are or not, these are real people behind the computer. Trolling can hurt, and trolling can kill. You never know when that limit has been reached. Now because of these cyber terrorists, a mom lost her only child.

    1. altum_dolorem

      altum_dolorem

      She's not the first to do that and she wont be the last...

      It sickens me how disgusting people can be.

    2. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      wait hold up what the shit

      Who is Hana Kimura and what’s the story behind this?

    3. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Between this and Shad Gaspard's death it's not a good week for wrestling fans

    4. Dark Qiviut

      Dark Qiviut

      @Polkadi~☆ A wrestler from Japan. During a recent episode from the reality show, Terrace House, she accidentally left her wrestling costume in the laundry of a male member, and the washing ruined it, resulting in her having a fifteen-minute-long tantrum. You can read the full story through this Reddit post.

    5. Dark Qiviut

      Dark Qiviut

      Here's another Reddit post with more detail in here (and the comments):

       

    6. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Jesus.

      I love Terrace House (and this all went down in a part of the season I can’t watch yet), but knowing the community for the show reacted in such a way to an outburst that she later took responsibility for is really painful. And she went too young, she’s not that much older than me.

      There are people saying she could have become a big figure for female wrestlers with the current steam of her career, which makes this hurt even more.

      Fuck, I need some water.

    7. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      In this particular situation, I say these cyberbullies aren't the only ones to blame. I've always look up to Japan for the many products they created, but this incident is proof of what can't be denied: their treatment of harassment and it's victims is a catastrophe. But that would imply there's treatment to begin with, cause there isn't, and that's not okay.

      Any kid who has the bright idea to put another kid through the wringer, what happens to them? Nuttin'. No intervention. No defenders. No retribution. They just get away with abuse, scot-free. And for what? All because the victim had done something that goes against the "supposed" social standards??? Even if their actions have any justification to them? 

      From what I'm getting from Japan, if being bullied, it's your own fault and you've gotta deal with it; the show must go on, as they say. It doesn't matter how much fame you have grown throughout your life. If you've done something we don't like, we never, ever, gonna let you live it down. Having disabilities is no excuse either; it's the "right" way or the highway. And- Oh yeah! Therapy is out of the question as well.

      I can't imagine ever reaching the fair position I have in life if it weren't for all the support there for me, as socially challenged as I was, and some you might feel the same. And there's been stuff like this created from Japan that shows all the struggles people go through if they can't adjust to the customs of the community. Surely they must've picked it up by now that some folks aren't happy with how indifferent they've been to victims of harassment. Between this, and other recent articles I've skimmed regarding the subject, they haven't.

      I admit to barely scratching the surface on my knowledge of Japanese society, so I may be overlooking a few details, and it could be they're not only the country that does this stuff. I'm just so baffled that Japan not only doesn't bother with bullying, but has refused to do anything about it for so long when other regions have since taken action on this issue.

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