'Musa, You Look COOL!' Twitter Cheers For Pakistani Boy Who Refuses To Wear Glasses Due To Bullies

‘Musa, You Look COOL!’ Twitter Cheers For Pakistani Boy Who Refuses To Wear Glasses Due To Bullies

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Bullying at schools, if not stopped, causes long-term damages to the personality of the bullied children. Not only that but it utterly shatters their confidence. The same happened with a cute little boy Musa Ali Zeeshan who has been quite upset for the past few days.

The severity of bullying is often undermined. No, bullying is not just a normal part of growing up, nor does it help children deal with the cruelties of the ‘real world’. Not only do the sufferers develop depression, but they also become socially withdrawn and have low self-esteem. 

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Kids with blurry vision often refuse to wear their glasses because they do not want to be made fun of. It breaks our hearts to hear that children who wear glasses are treated differently and tend to have lower self-esteem.

A father took it to Twitter to share how his son now hesitates to wear his spectacles anymore due to a similar reason. “This is my son, Musa, from the last few days he is very upset because some of his schoolmates said; you look worst in glasses, he’s hesitant to wear glasses anymore,” he wrote.

“I told him let’s ask the world,” he added, and asked, “Doesn’t he looks great in glasses too?”

Soon, the response that came in from the Twittersphere was not only surprisingly overwhelming but also heartwarming. A great number of people were quick to cheer up the little champ. Raising Musa’s spirits, the tweet filled with adorable messages and an abundance of sweet compliments.

Twittersphere gave Musa a pat on the back!

One shared her experience of bouncing back from bullies

‘Glasses make him look like a scientist’

Aw!

‘Only the cool people wear glasses’

So incredibly wholesome. It is delighting to see people come together to brighten up a glum kid.

Musa’s father thanked everyone for their ‘overwhelming response,’ and shared that he showed some of the comments to her son. “Can’t explain how happy he is,” he updated.

Once again: Bullying is not a part of growing up. Kids who are bullied are more likely to experience depression, and anxiety, increased feelings of sadness and loneliness, show changes in sleep and eating patterns, and loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed.

Tayabah, a 16-year-old girl diagnosed with autism was also not spared from bullying and experienced the same. The girl bullied since primary school, took to her Instagram to share her story and raise her voice against bullying.

Previously, a 15-year-old autistic boy was also bullied by a bunch of teenagers who cyberbullied him, hacked his social media, and leaked some indecent pictures from his account. It is so heartbreaking to see how inhuman and insensitive the world has become.

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