As an abused person, physically, sexually, plus being bullied, stories like this are the reason I didn’t tell authority figures. Oh look my entire vocabulary on one shirt fuck shirt I’m not saying Danny DeVito is a bad person, I’m saying maybe it’s not the best story about him to feature on a video like this.
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and let’s be clear, they chose the word ABUSED, Not bullied. If he was being actually physically abused in any way, by students or staff, I feel it’s an adult’s responsibility to take charge and do what they can for the victim coming forward to them. Oh look my entire vocabulary on one shirt fuck shirt I’m pretty sure they didn’t mean the other students told him some mean things, they used the word ABUSED. If they didn’t mean ABUSE as defined currently and culturally, they should have chosen more correct verbiage, instead of trying to make Danny DeVito look some kinda way for talking to a child victim for 5 minutes on a ski lift
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How do you know it didn’t end his trauma? The story literally lacks any conclusion in those regards except that obviously the child has since told the story of his encounter with DeVito in a positive light, meaning the child was happy at the end of it. We also don’t know exactly what the child said to DeVito. Did he minimize or exclude details? Did he give DeVito enough information that he could have done more if he had wanted to? We lack the proper details to make any judgement in the matter. I also stand by my assertion that we don’t know what abuse meant in this context. Verbal abuse is a legitimate term for when people are being taunted or ridiculed. Emotional abuse is another example of using ‘abuse’ in a manner that doesn’t necessarily include a physical component. Abuse can mean many things and this story does little to make it clear what type of abuse we’re talking here.