Why are people afraid of cigarettes?
“In general, the fear of mistakes falls into the category of frightening and crawling, and for the most part, it’s a fear that has a disgusting component,” he says. “The stings are particularly unusual, and the more familiar things are, the more frightening they can be.”
These feelings are part of an evolutionary mechanism to protect us. People tend to avoid things that can cause illness or harm, such as mistakes, rodents, and snakes, he says.
Also, people don’t like unpredictable things that they can’t control. The result is fear, rage, and anger.
“When their cheeks are there and you don’t have control, that increases the level of stress or frustration and fear,” Antony says. “Fear and anger are two sides of the same coin – both are responses to the threat.”
Their appearance can also be a factor, he says. With wide wings, wide eyes and large bodies, at most 2 inches long – they probably won’t win an insect beauty contest.
“They look like aliens,” Antony says. “The bigger the mistake, the bigger the monster looks.”
It’s likely that people have a negative connection to insects because of the images on the screen or their bad personal experiences, he says.
For Vicki Dodson, the Baltimore director and graphic designer who creates the art of her bullying, it’s just the opposite. He was taught from an early age to appreciate mistakes like cigarettes, he says. And through the process of selling their products, they have realized that there are a lot of people who share their appreciation for them.
Actually, they are pretty dirty. A group of insect enthusiasts “named it”the persecutors of the weeds”He travels from other states as well as other countries to follow them.
“For me, it seems to me that humans are so different from nature in a way now,” says Dodson, 57. “When I think of a billion insects coming out of the earth – sing, sing, kill – it’s a phenomenon to remember that there’s a natural world out there.
“It’s not weird, but it’s kind of magic.”