#Hiddlesupport! Stop Cyberbullying now! Yesterday we started a Love Campaign for Tom Hiddleston to support him. Some of you asked if we had examples since you couldn’t find anything on Twitter. Hate in Twitter doesn’t come in hashtags, but with replies and mentions. Meaning, that some profile can send you hate that you will only see when you take a look at your notifications. Most haters use the reply system so their accounts would look “neat” when you visit them on Twitter, but if you click onto Tweets&Replies you might find hideous surprises.
If you want to support Tom please follow the love tweet we proposed in our Love Campaign. Basically you have to tweet something like this:
@twhiddleston Tons of love and good vibes! Don’t ever change! We love you! #hiddlesupport #IsupportTomHiddleston
It’s easy. Write @twhiddleston + Suppor & Love message + #hiddlesupport #IsupportTomHiddleston
If you are against cyberbullying, as we are, you can also take some minutes and take a look at Stop Bullying and Stop Cyberbullying. Remember that you don’t need to be a kid to be target of hate online. If you are, please ask for help, put yourself in contact with these organization, or local organizations.
Please help end hate. Spread love online instead.
Down here you’ll find some of the hate messages Tom Hiddleston fins in his notifications in Twitter. If you choose to continue reading, be advised that these are hard to read.
Note that what’s below here are some of the hate messages Tom might get in his notifications in Twitter. These are not fun at all! This is public shaming, cyberbullying! If you happen to be a victim of it, please go to: Stop Bullying and Stop Cyberbullying. Or look for local organizations. Never hesitate to push the block button if you are getting notifications like these ones.