On Facebook, I posted a photo of a person I saw while shopping at a grocery store. It was in the nature of a "People of W*l-M*rt" email, but it wasn't taken in that store.
I am old enough to know that one shouldn't make fun of others, though sometimes the way people present themselves in public makes it almost impossible not to do so. My photo was snapped from behind, so there is no way to ID the person. If there had been any chance of ID'ing that person, I would not have posted it on this or any other site on any computer.
Quite a few people left comments; some were rather neutral and others were quite deliberate in their ridicule. Some even suggested that the gender of the person is in question, and I will assert that that didn't even occur to me until someone else mentioned it first.
The person who took me to task over it is a long-time blog and Facebook friend. I was surprised at her comments. I don't appreciate being "called on the carpet" for what is simply my opinion, but perhaps I needed to be made aware of what I had done. However, I was called a "bully" and I am not, nor have I ever been that. I believe that bullying is done face to face (or person to person (or group) on the computer, but the person who is being bullied is certainly aware of it. This person will almost certainly never know that anyone took a photo or posted it. If anyone recognizes this person and tells them about it - shame on them. I am aware that it shows ridicule and is judgmental, but I don't think it is fair to say I'm a bully because of it. Perhaps that is my justification.