For instance, check out a tweet from Camie Juan: (one of my recent inspirations for thoughtful conversations)
Using social media isn’t excuse to be a douchebag / jerk / a**hole.
I can’t believe that we are making A BIG DEAL with JUST. THREE. WORDS. Yes, she made a reaction to a recently launched makeup brand (Sunnies Face). It doesn’t really warrant an irrational reaction like “You’re so toxic” and the like. I really don’t get why people assume things like that right away. Good thing I found a concise yet for real guide on how not to be a douchebag online: (Thanks for this, Isa!) At a time when stuff online is suddenly flooded with a lot of reality, we should make sure to not yap a lot of nonsense. I have to admit that I do so sometimes and I regret doing it. Currently, I’m doing my best to say what I feel but be respectful about it. I just hope everyone else online will strive to be responsible of their words online.
I can’t believe a tweet as simple as this is suddenly so “toxic” for some people. All I did was state the obvious that Sunnies Face’s inspiration is Glossier, esp after seeing the employees wearing jumpsuits in their store. How is this considered hate even? https://t.co/tPX9FKCjDv— camie juan (@camiejuan) August 11, 2018