A Fake Facebook’s Legal Case by a Teen Girl’s Testimony with Vulnerable and Expendible Verdict
Unfortunately, you will never hear this legitimate case with profound loss of women’s potential without criminal responsibility.
There are very few things I have seen, written or read that upset me more than this statement:
“The real reason that nobody cares … is even more depressing than what Facebook does. Nobody cares because Facebook mostly harms women and minorities … Who gets hit hardest by Instaculture? Women do. Young women, in particular. It literally makes them feel worthless. Facebook’s own evidence leaked, just a few weeks, ago, that young women were being traumatized by simply using Instagram.”
There will be some media hoop-la for a while, government inhouse discussions and probably many legal teams will debate recent disclosures about the harm evidenced against society, democracy and young girls where evidence shows 30% may have contemplated suicide to ease their depression of non-conformity to hyped adult standards. Some authorities may even say it is too premature to draw conclusions.
Stop and read again. What other demographic would demand an immediate crisis checkmate of incalculable proportions where 30% consider self harm or suicide as a solution to failing a self-directed status from a corporate monopoly?
For goodness sakes, these are young teen girls with intelligence, innocence, beauty and potential to live out their highest inspirations, including motherhood. How can they be thrown away as social media fodder to sustain adult standards before their deductive frontal cortex matures enough to make proper long-term decisions?
Now, as the rawness of Facebook is dissected briefly in the light of society’s human rights, this should be the right crucial time for young women to testify about their online experiences, struggles and regrets. Who can best describe their frustrations, bad choices, and actions to derail a lifetime?
However, with the assumption that such an important trial may never happen, let’s take the creative license to present a possible fake legal case as if a teen girl had the right to answer questions if allowed the justice of a legal adjudication. Her experience matters with so…