This is the damage a 19-year-old college swimmer and model inflicted on her boyfriend when he said he wanted to break up.
Kathryn A. Mahoney allegedly punched boyfriend Ben Kebbell in the nose and stomach in a dorm at Fairfield University, Connecticut, when he suggested they stop seeing each other.
After the assault, Kebbell took to Snapchat to update friends on his condition. He showed off his bloody and broken nose.
Kebbell, who is also on the school’s swim team and hails from the Isle of Man in the UK, appeared to be in good spirits and even joked about his injuries.
Overwatch League host and analyst Soe Gschwind-Penski began her celebration of International Women’s Day Thursday by thanking all the men who support women in their struggle for equality. Twitter users quickly pounced on her statement as a sign of internalized misogyny, and after Soe defended herself, she began to receive death threats and hate messages on the platform.
In Soe’s original tweet, she wrote, “I’d like to give a special shoutout to all the men in our lives who have supported us, gave us a voice when we had none, fought for our cause and treated us the way we all ought to treat each other…like a fellow human being – no race, no gender.”
Hildegard Greif-Gross, director of the Peter Petersen Elementary School in Neukölln, claimed that there are many examples of religious bullying even with younger students. Greif-Gross said that Muslim students would bully others on as little as bringing a ham sandwich for their lunch because they were taught pork is forbidden in Islam, Berliner Zeitung reports.
“Even gummy bears are not considered clean,” Greif-Gross added noting that Muslims objected to the use of gelatin which is a beef byproduct and may not have been halal slaughtered.
The teachers made their comments after the launch of a petition called the “Pro Berlin Neutrality Act” which supports existing legislation that has banned religious symbols from classrooms in the German capital.
The act has come under strain as of late after a State Labour Court sided with a female Muslim teacher who had been rejected for a position due to her Islamic headscarf.
Greif-Gross argued that if teachers were allowed to wear the headscarf then religious bullying could intensify and said that there could be a “ghettoisation” of schools across the capital along ethnic and religious lines.
Antisemitism has also risen substantially in Berlin schools with high migrant populations. Last year, Breitbart London reported on a Jewish boy who was forced to switch to a different school because of threats, harassment, and physical assaults from other students.
In certain school playgrounds across the capital, the phrase “You Jew!” has become a common insult, according to the American Jewish Committee (AJC).
The level of violence in some schools is also becoming a cause for concern. Schoeneberg Spreewald Elementary School, in which 99 per cent of the students come from migrant backgrounds, was forced to hire a security company because of a rise in violence among students and directed at staff.