>>115064099>Girls at a younger age, generally speaking, receive more attention than boys... etc etc
Exactly what I was thinking. >Overtime, boys and men, take note of this
Also something I noticed. Astute.
The nature of the internet, as well, only exasperates this phenomenon. The Subjects can continue to seek out their desired outcome to their bursts of displeasure by simply going online to find parties that would let them rant towards them, or to easily access websites that share their view so they can continue to affirm themselves. I.E. like tumbr, reddit, 4chan, etc etc.
I also suspect that they actually, in part, enjoy this whole process. There is a rush everyone gets when they become enraged by something, or when they do recieve attention. This is just normal. I feel as if, however, they take greater pleasure than normal from incidents where they are the victim and people concern themselves with them, and also they feel more of a 'rush' when they find something to be enraged by. Maybe it's just the initial rage, or it's the aftermath of the rage and them feeling like they're making a change in something. Whatever it is, it's only become worse with time and with the anonymity with the internet. Prior to this anyone who acted like this was quickly told to shut the fuck up and discouraged by most public communities. Can't do that online though, and now online culture has bled into public, real life. Sensibilities Online are considered the norm for a physical environment that Online Culture does not really work in, but attempting to fight against it gets you ostracized by the 'new culture'.