I’ve written about my experiences being bullied for my race, religion, gender and sexual orientation for many years, and how these experiences often lead to anxiety and depression.
But when I wrote this piece for The Huffington Post, I felt like I was speaking from the heart and speaking from a place of privilege.
The people I’ve spoken to about this have all experienced the same kind of bullying.
This is the real story, I’ve been told.
And that is what I’m here to tell you.
The bully isn’t always a white man.
When I talk to women who have been the victims of bullying, it’s often that white men have been at the top of the list.
They’re seen as being the worst, and often times, when the bully is white, the victim is seen as white as well.
White people are seen as the most vulnerable and the ones to suffer most when it comes to bullying.
We’re the ones who need the most support and the most protection.
But I have seen it from a different perspective, one that I am privileged to have.
I’ve seen white men bully other white people for years, whether it’s because they’re scared of the reaction of others, afraid of getting in trouble, or simply don’t feel safe to say they have the guts to stand up for themselves.
White men are not the only ones who have bullied others.
The majority of bullying is perpetrated by men, and the vast majority of those men are white.
The bullies are often men of color and often those in positions of power.
And yet the majority of the people in the majority are people of colour.
This can be seen by the disproportionate number of people of color who are the victims, and by the lack of support that white people are afforded.
If you’ve ever been bullied, you know how easy it is to blame the victim.
You can point fingers and say, “It was the bully”, “She’s not strong enough”, or “She should have been stronger”.
The truth is, it can be difficult to be the victim of a bully, because we tend to feel that we are at fault.
I’m not saying that white bullies are the worst of the worst; white men can be the worst.
But it is something that we as a society need to do better to help the victims.
The problem is not that white bullying is on the rise.
It is that we don’t really know how to stop it.
In my experience, when we talk about bullying, we’re often talking about white men who have made themselves targets of bullying and are still being bullied.
I’ve spoken with other women who’ve experienced bullying at the hands of white men.
They’ve all had a very similar story, one which has left them feeling extremely unsafe, and very frustrated.
The fact is, I am the only person in this world that has ever been targeted by white men for being a woman, and yet the vast number of white people that I have been bullied by have not been the perpetrators.
I am not talking about a single person in my life, and this is something I can only imagine happening to a lot of women.
I cannot help but think that we’re in a society that is allowing a small minority of white women to get away with this.
I know what it’s like to have a white woman as a target for bullying, and it’s not a new experience for me.
I had my own experience with bullying, a very long time ago.
I was in high school, and I was a freshman at a school in Texas.
I remember going to school, I remember being in my first year, and being bullied by a white girl.
I remember thinking, “Wow, how is this even happening to me?
How is this acceptable?”
But the fact is that it happened to me, and because I was white, it was never reported.
I got in trouble for it, and still I have to face it every day.
There are many white women who are victims of the “bias” that fuels social justice movements.
When I was bullied, the bullying wasn’t limited to one person, and in fact, it wasn’t a single white man that was responsible for it.
I would see men that were very similar in appearance to me.
They were tall, thin, and of the same height.
I didn’t know them, but I knew that they were not only white, but they were also well-meaning, caring people.
My experience of being bullied was not unique to me; other white women were targeted by the same bully for being white.
So why do we still have so much white male privilege?
Bully is one of the most powerful words in the English language, and there are many people that are very angry and hurt by it.
But if you listen to the people that have been victims of this, the real culprits