Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

In Norse mythology, Níðhöggr (Malice Striker, often anglicized Nidhogg) is a dragon who gnaws at a root of the world tree, Yggdrasil. In historical Viking society, níð was a term for a social stigma implying the loss of honor and the status of a villain. Nidhogg chewed the corpses of the inhabitants of Náströnd: those guilty of murder, adultery, and oath-breaking, which Norse society considered among the worst possible crimes.

10

Otoplasty (Ear pinning) Miami | How It Helps With Social Stigma

The only one stopping men from wearing make up is other men

37
48
1

I hate Mysogonists. Is beauty really everything to men? Is that their only complaint? They are the ones forcing social stigmas on us.

8
7

What is magic they asked me.. I answered this...

74
22

"Weeez have social stigma just by peeps hearin' our species' name, but domesticated ratties are smart, clean and loving !"

6
2
from The Huffington Post

Mental Illness: The Stigma of Silence

What mental health needs is more sunlight, more, candor, more unashamed conversation. Mental Illness: The Stigma of Silence ~ Glen Close for The Huffington Post

15
10
1

Social anxiety disorder and shyness often get confused, creating a stigma for the disorder. Understanding the difference can help end the stigma. Read more.

11
7

Ergo - there are a lot less people trying to make sense of it, than are dying by suicide? Or am I having a logic fail?

2
1

Greek theatre tragedy chorus masks by Alyssa Ravenwood http://www.ravenwoodmasks.com/

100
4
1