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Love could make us do and say any variety of vaguely embarrassing issues, however some are suggesting that Justin Bieber’s gushy touch upon fiancée Hailey Baldwin’s current Instagram submit is a “problematic throwback.”

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The remark in query was made on a glamorous image Baldwin posted to the social media website that she captioned with the 2 hearts emoji. Bieber’s response: “Dat’s mine.”

But is the remark merely a candy reference or does Bieber’s use of language, that means Baldwin is one thing he owns, set a harmful precedent?

“I think people are reading too much into it,” says Dr. Natasha Sharma, a relationship psychologist in Toronto. “It’s just reflective that they’re happy and exuberant.”

Sharma additionally factors out that the remark may have been extra negatively layered if the image had been a full-body bikini shot — in that case, it may have been simple to see his remark as objectification. But because it’s merely a portrait, she thinks it signifies satisfaction in his bride-to-be.

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“If we heard someone say that at a party about their new fiancée, no one would read into it. But because of the permanence of social media, people can spend hours trying to interpret his comment,” she says.

While the vast majority of the reactions to Bieber’s remark have been constructive and indicated pleasure at seeing him gush over his fiancée, some specialists say any backlash could possibly be merely a case of context, or lack thereof.

“In [healthy] relationships, we have respect, equality, power-sharing and humour,” says Natasha Sandy, a Toronto-based registered psychotherapist. “This kind of language is understood in a very different context than abusive relationships where a person is truly treated like one’s property to do with as one pleases.”

Because our tradition doesn’t “brim over” with respect for everybody, Bieber’s remark turns into one thing to debate.

“Dominant culture has much to learn about respect, and larger conversations about how we treat people is desperately needed,” Sandy says.

There’s additionally the priority that even when a phrase or remark comes from a loving or humorous place, its message can simply be subverted by others.

In the hit film Mean GirlsTina Fey performs a math trainer who tries to motive together with her feminine teenage college students that utilizing derogatory language in the direction of each other, even in jest, can normalize it and make it OK for others to make use of towards them. Namely, boys.

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“[Some of these words] carry a lot of negative connotation. There’s no hidden meaning,” Sharma says. “When you throw toxic words around in jest, you don’t just normalize them but you also start to absorb the toxicity of those terms.”

However, she factors out, “Dat’s mine” are semantic phrases which can be fairly impartial.

“I don’t think anyone believes that he thinks she’s his property.”

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