Selena Gomez, everyone's favorite Disney youth superstar, uses her fame to talk about problems that teenagers face. She has focused heavily on how cyberbullying and the pressure on social media have a negative impact on younger generations.
Gomez regularly puts Internet trolls in their place and speaks out against cyber-bullying.
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No matter how blessed you are or how great your life is, when people say mean things, it hurts your feelings. At least, the conversation runs like this when Gomez met Ellen DeGeneres in 201
As one It is no surprise that some people mean Gomez in social media when they are friends on Instagram with Ariana Grande being the second most frequent person behind the impotent Cristiano Ronaldo. However, she uses it as a platform to beat up mobbers and raise those who have experienced cyberbullying first-hand.
Selena fears that social media will have a negative impact on younger generations.
Gomez has been in the limelight since childhood. It's something she grew up with and is very used to.
But just because you're used to people tracking you with cameras and plunging into your private life does not mean it's easy to handle. Due to its worldwide reputation, it is also one of the most sought-after personalities in social media. Sometimes, she noticed, she has to erase the app from her phone because she's so involved in negativity.
"Sometimes You Can not Avoid [negativity]," Selena told the New York Times in 2017. I delete the app at least once a week from my phone. You fixate on the [negative]. They do not say, 'You are ugly. It's as if they wanted to cut you to the core. & # 39;
Although she has opposed mobbers and encourages young people not to spend too much time on screen, she admits she sometimes appreciates what social media offers. "It can be great at moments, but I would just be careful and allow myself some time limits," said Gomez. She insists that she is very "intentional" with all her contributions and does not stay online long.
Gomez says she's trying to stay away from social media
even though she tries to avoid the harmful things that people do say in social media you have a way to reach the star. In addition, the bullies somehow find a way to focus on the really hurtful things that a person is already insecure about. Her fame and success make her an easy target.
"Imagine all the uncertainties you already feel for yourself, and have someone write a paragraph that explains every little thing, even if it's only physical," said Gomez. These dangers can affect young people in particular.
Gomez is no stranger to the dangers of social media and opposes their overuse.
Selena regularly breaks into social media and, although she is a lucrative part of her, is a celebrity status that has recently been described as "selfish" and "dangerous" to people of her generation in social media. Selena, who was to promote her new film The Dead Do not Die instead addressed the dangers of social media.
"I think our world is obviously going through a lot, but I would say that social media was really terrible for my generation." Said the star. "I understand that using your platform is amazing, but it scares me to see how exposed these young girls and boys are, they are not really aware of the news or what's happening, it's very, me I do not want to say selfish because that sounds rude, but I think it's dangerous, I do not think people get the right information. "
Regardless of how often she uses social media herself, the actress realizes that this can have dangerous consequences for young people who are ill prepared to deal with the bullys lurking there.