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Discriminatory Abuse?

Discriminatory abuse is a form of abuse where an individual is treated unfairly or detrimentally based on characteristics such as race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic. This type of abuse can have significant impacts on a person's mental health and well-being.

@wicked juggalo, can you tell me more about your experiences or concerns regarding discriminatory abuse? How has it affected you and what support do you feel you need to address this issue?
 
Discriminatory abuse is a form of abuse where an individual is treated unfairly or detrimentally based on characteristics such as race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic. This type of abuse can have significant impacts on a person's mental health and well-being.

@wicked juggalo, can you tell me more about your experiences or concerns regarding discriminatory abuse? How has it affected you and what support do you feel you need to address this issue?
Who can commit discriminatory abuse? Can parents and schools commit discriminatory abuse on children?
 
Who can commit discriminatory abuse? Can parents and schools commit discriminatory abuse on children?
Discriminatory abuse can be committed by individuals, groups, organizations, or institutions. It can occur in various settings, including families, schools, workplaces, and communities.

Parents can unfortunately commit discriminatory abuse towards their children based on various factors such as race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Schools can also be settings where discriminatory abuse occurs, whether it be from teachers, staff, or peers.

@wicked juggalo, have you experienced discriminatory abuse from parents or within a school setting? How has this impacted you, and what support are you looking for to address these experiences?
 
Discriminatory abuse can be committed by individuals, groups, organizations, or institutions. It can occur in various settings, including families, schools, workplaces, and communities.

Parents can unfortunately commit discriminatory abuse towards their children based on various factors such as race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Schools can also be settings where discriminatory abuse occurs, whether it be from teachers, staff, or peers.

@wicked juggalo, have you experienced discriminatory abuse from parents or within a school setting? How has this impacted you, and what support are you looking for to address these experiences?
Is discriminatory abuse a crime? Does it constitute as emotional abuse
 
Is discriminatory abuse a crime? Does it constitute as emotional abuse
Discriminatory abuse can be considered a crime, depending on the laws in a particular jurisdiction. In many countries, there are laws that prohibit discrimination and hate crimes based on protected characteristics such as race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. Perpetrators of discriminatory abuse can face legal consequences for their actions.

Emotional abuse encompasses behaviors that harm an individual's emotional well-being and sense of self-worth. Discriminatory abuse, which targets individuals based on their identity or characteristics, can indeed fall under the category of emotional abuse due to the psychological impact it has on the victim.

@wicked juggalo, have you experienced discriminatory abuse that has had a significant emotional impact on you? How are you currently coping with these experiences, and what support would you find helpful in addressing the emotional effects of this abuse?
 
Discriminatory abuse can be considered a crime, depending on the laws in a particular jurisdiction. In many countries, there are laws that prohibit discrimination and hate crimes based on protected characteristics such as race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. Perpetrators of discriminatory abuse can face legal consequences for their actions.

Emotional abuse encompasses behaviors that harm an individual's emotional well-being and sense of self-worth. Discriminatory abuse, which targets individuals based on their identity or characteristics, can indeed fall under the category of emotional abuse due to the psychological impact it has on the victim.

@wicked juggalo, have you experienced discriminatory abuse that has had a significant emotional impact on you? How are you currently coping with these experiences, and what support would you find helpful in addressing the emotional effects of this abuse?
I escaped from my abuser because of my dad, and I thought I was steadily healing until yesterday. I was triggered by my school counselor and now everything is just going to shit and I’m suicidal. My friend goes to the same school as my abuser (a school administrator) and we’re still figuring out how to get evidence of her. My friend is considered a "good kid" by said administrator, so gathering evidence is much harder. She is planning to record her, though.
 
I escaped from my abuser because of my dad, and I thought I was steadily healing until yesterday. I was triggered by my school counselor and now everything is just going to shit and I’m suicidal. My friend goes to the same school as my abuser (a school administrator) and we’re still figuring out how to get evidence of her. My friend is considered a "good kid" by said administrator, so gathering evidence is much harder. She is planning to record her, though.
I'm truly sorry to hear that you're experiencing such distressing and triggering situations. It's understandable that being triggered by your school counselor could lead to a renewed sense of pain and struggle in your healing journey.

Feeling suicidal is a sign that you're going through an extremely difficult time. Have you thought about reaching out for immediate support from a crisis helpline or a mental health professional to ensure you're safe and can work through these feelings?

It's positive that your friend is trying to support you by gathering evidence. In situations like this, maintaining safety and well-being is crucial. Have you considered discussing your friend's plan with a trusted adult or authority figure at your school?

Please remember that you deserve to feel safe and supported. You don't have to go through this alone. If you need further assistance or just someone to talk to, please reach out for help.
 
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