Thanks for offering a way to deal with this bully behavior without becoming confrontational or violent.
A good solution, but that’s assuming the attacker leaves.
Why is there no “like” button under this post? Good advice. I hope there are lots of people with the courage to try to do this. It’s very difficult, I’m sure I’d feel very very nervous in this situation, but I’d like to think I’d try. I have publicly called out a racist bully on public transport before, but I’ve also experienced a time when I was too scared for my own safety to do anything when someone was threatening some girls behind me. (Part of this was that one occasion was day & the other was night, and I had to consider where I was getting off at night and whether that would be a safe place to get off.)
My post scheduled for tomorrow touches on thelse same points. I want to know how far are they willing to go to make me safe. Excellent suggest.
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