9 comments for “Ozy and Millie: Faces of bullying

  1. Actually, the girls in my junior high school were both physical and mental as far as bullying. There were a number of 1960s type teachers who encouraged them to hurt guys. So they formed packs. We guys couldn’t hit women, so we could only run, which entertained the girls greatly.

    That type of Feminist conditioning in the late 80s and 1990s is why I only once have overheard two GenX PNW women my aqe speak with concern for someone else’ feelings. Despite multiple ministries and jobs with the public. It’s like they had the goodness conditioned out of them. Most got into drugs (legal in Oregon then) and thus most didn’t end up well.

  2. Many girls were nasty mean in he late 70’s as well. Getting a kick out of mocking or laughing at guys asking girls oit. Then complaining about not being asked out. So then becoming even bitter and attacking girls who were ssked out.

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