Originally Posted by spideymouse
The biggest aspect of his character that they focused on is that he identifies with the underdog, "the little guy," having been one himself. I think that translates well into his ability to relate to and respect women and people of color. Why would he act like a bully after having been bullied his whole life?
You are aware that being on the receiving end of abusive behavior -including bullying- sometimes leads to being the perpetrator of similar behavior, right?
I understand that is his motivation, and I like that about the story.
But it doesn't work that way for everyone.
being a victim of bullying or discrimination != never being a bully or never discriminating against others.