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The vile comment posted on her picture was posted from an anonymous account with the name “[juniorhighname]hatepage”.
An anonymous account created by (we assume) another student to post nasty and hateful messages on the photos of their classmates.
Then they cross off the “winner” and ask the same question about the remaining three girls until the one with the least amount of negative comments “wins”.
A few months ago, I saw many of my hometown friends sharing an article about my old high school.
It's another if he freaks out at the prospect of you being within a 20-mile radius of his home.15. Either he has low self-esteem, doesn't care about pictures, or that picture is not at all indicative of him.
You shouldn't be one to judge a book by its cover, obviously, but if he's actively trying to deceive people, that says a lot about his personality.
We've setup their accounts and know how to keep them as secure as we possibly can. We can't simply accept our ignorance of the tools our children are using to communicate with one another – while everyone is listening.
Before I get into how to monitor your kids on Instagram, I want to be very clear on one thing.
We made the decision to allow it when they asked for it, so we could monitor it. This is a guide for those that allow it – not a place to pass judgement on those who allow it.
This isn't some image I grabbed online or from a friend of a friend.
I actually know the child – the gorgeous, sweet, intelligent and kind child – in this photo and she attends the same school as my daughter.
In this case, that nasty and hateful message was aimed at a 12 year old girl – and was likely posted by another child close to the same age. In 2013 a woman posted after being horrified at the “beauty pageants” she witnessed on her daughter's Insta.
They put up a collage of four girls and ask who's ugliest.