MEN who take selfies are more likely to possess psychopathic tendencies, research reveals.
I just thought they had no friends?
Nothing worse when you
stalk go onto someomes Instagram and it’s 80 photos of their face – same face – every photo… actually I probably can’t talk lol.
Researchers from Ohio State University have stated that men who frequently post photos of themselves on social media display higher than average psychopathic tendencies … but not the same as Ted Bundy from the TV show ‘Married with Children’.
The researchers asked 800 men between 18 and 40 to respond to a digital survey about social media use.
Elite Daily reports while self-obsessed men displayed higher than average psychopathic tendencies, all were within the range of normal behaviour.
> Not sure if any of these 800 men were gay (you’d have to assume some were) but most if not all of us know of someone or someone’s friend who is totally obsessed with the validation they get from ‘likes on Instagram‘ most of their followers, comments and likes they buy from ‘chinese click farms’ – they are getting their validiation from Bots that they paid for…. I’ll never understand this. Generally I find in the Gay Community these are also the guys who seem to always be in an ENDLESS ‘forever’ realtionship and now marriage – dump one move onto the next (and it’s always very dramatic) kind of like if they were single they might even die, so it’s this quick dash to find a new
victim partner then of course update all of their social media, just so everyone knows (FYI no one cares) – I mean seriosuly you have to question men like this, there problems are much more than psychopathic as it’s Sociopath behaviour <<<< These are the gay men you should actively avoid at all costs.. <<<<<
Lead researcher Jesse Fox said her most important conclusions were that men do self-objectify.
Professor Fox hoped to gain a better understanding of how selfies could lead to self-harm and other forms of body dysmorphia.
“We know that self-objectification leads to a lot of terrible things, like depression and eating disorders in women. Now with the growing use of social media networks, everyone is more concerned about their appearance. That means self-objectification may become a bigger problem for men,”
Jesse Fox’s research unfortunately did not identify the type of
fool person likely to purchase and use a selfie-stick.
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