"Too ugly to take seflies", Melissa Blake an American journalist with a disability responds to her critics on Twitter
Melissa Blake is known across the Atlantic as a journalist collaborating with Cosmopolitan magazines and the New York Times. On the internet, the American has a little notoriety thanks to his blog So about what I said where she distills her relationship advice and writes encouraging notes to live better with Freeman Sheldon syndrome which she herself has suffered since birth.
On Twitter, these are some 25,000 subscribers who follow her, fond of her various daily tweets commenting in particular on political life. Strong of her opinions, Melissa Blake does not hesitate to give her opinion on the Trump government. Some people including a youtubeur rather known in the United States would not have appreciated these interventions and would have taken violently in the physical of the editor, judging it too ugly to make selfies and give his opinion on the internet.
The twittosphere was quick to react against this hate defending the bloggeruntil Melissa Blake decides to retaliate by posting three selfies to her detractors. In the caption we read: "During the last round of trolls, people said that my selfies should be banned from the internet because I'm so ugly. I just wanted to honor them with these three selfies ..."
This episode of hate is once again proof that cyber harassment is a real scourge on social networks. Despite several actions and calls for acceptance of oneself and others, it seems that the road to a healthy and peaceful internet, still long.
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