The internet is a machine for empathy, says Frank Starling
Frank Starler, the former BBC presenter and presenter of a show called The Voice, says he was once forced to make an emotional choice between being a comedian or a doctor.
“I was the one who was forced to say to my daughter that, if I were to get a job, I would have to be a doctor,” he said.
“And then she said, ‘No, dad, you don’t have to do that’.”
Starling says he is one of many who were forced to choose between a career and their personal feelings about the world around them.
“I think there’s a lot of people who are afraid to make that choice,” he told the ABC.
I know that you made that choice, but what did you want from the world?'””
I think that there’s been a lot more of people that have said to me, ‘Dad, I’m sorry.
I know that you made that choice, but what did you want from the world?'”
In the past year or so, we’ve seen the internet go through a really interesting change.
“We’re seeing new ways of expressing ourselves that are so different to the ways that we’ve been doing things before.”
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“For the first time in my life I feel like I have a voice,” Starling said.
“It’s been amazing to see people use it so freely.”
But he says that while it has been beneficial for some people to share their stories on social media, there are others who struggle to access the medium for fear of retribution.
“People don’t know how to be brave enough to share,” he added.
Social media has allowed some people the opportunity to make new connections, but they are often not as accepting as the people who created them.
In the UK, a survey published by social analytics firm ComScore in December found that more than half of respondents believed that sharing a link to a blog post or comment on Facebook would result in a negative experience for the person sharing the link.
Even those who have shared the link on social networks feel unable to go on the platform.
Starling, a comedian, says that when he was a child, his parents would tell him to stay away from social media.
“It was a little bit scary.
But now that I’ve got my own Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, I know exactly what I want,” he says.”
It’s a question that’s been posed by many people who feel like they don’t fit in with society, and have taken to the internet in a bid to seek out their truth. “
So I’ll just stop.”
It’s a question that’s been posed by many people who feel like they don’t fit in with society, and have taken to the internet in a bid to seek out their truth.
However, some are finding that social media has been a trap.
“If you’re a woman, you’re more likely to be harassed on social than men,” Dr Rachel Grosvenor from the University of Western Sydney told RN Breakfast.
“When you get harassed on Facebook, if you’re someone who’s in the middle of the street, it’s less likely to happen.”
In response, Starling says the internet has opened up to the rest of us.
“There’s a real opportunity for us, because social media isn’t really about the people you meet, it just about how you connect with people and where they’re from,” he explained.
“The internet has allowed us to express ourselves, to make a new connection, to be ourselves.”