Last night (Wednesday), Odelia Suissa watched the "Big Brother" show in which she had participated in the past, and was horrified by the task during which the residents of the house were asked to choose, among other things, the king and queen of the class, and the tenant they considered fake. In a lengthy story she wrote in front of her online followers, she criticized the production's choice to force the residents of the house to categorize the other residents of the house, and spoke about the heavy implications that such a discourse could have on the future generation.
Odelia Suissa in "Big Brother", photo: Oren Ben Hakon
"King and queen of the class, assignment in 'Big Brother,'" Suissa noted with a sense of sourness. "I admit it hurt to see that. I was a dominant, loved and accepted girl and I was even the queen of the class in elementary school, not knowing that I was really the queen of the class. I never liked that term 'queen of the class' because there were girls around me who were very different from me; Quiet, shy, and also unacceptable. I always took the 'weak' ones to me. I was very sensitive to my environment. I strengthened the weak," she testified about herself.
"And here I see it as a mission on Big Brother. I didn't really listen to who each gave the degree. I saw the faces, the expressions of some of the residents, and it hurt. It's not an unpleasant situation at all. Why do we even need this title of 'King and Queen of the Class'?" she struggled to understand, and went back to talking about herself and the way she chooses to educate her offspring. "To this day, every day, I talk to my children who will be sensitive to their environment. Let them always look around and see the children. Who is alone, who has no friends, and who will always be the first to be there so that no one feels lonely."
Odelia Suissa in "Big Brother", photo: Oren Ben Hakon/Archive
"And then it goes on," she returns to talk about the mission in the episode. "You have to choose who's fake. Why? Today's youth are watching it, and learning from these programs. Some children commit suicide from ostracism and more. I'll admit that this chapter burned me, it hurt. It wasn't pleasant for me from home to watch, so surely be on this mission!" she signed with a sad emoji.
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