No.I think you're going too far in seeing as condoning the thing that is being tolerated when someone chooses to not actively oppose it,
Still not the best life lesson to learn. That's just ignoring the issue and a combination of "getting over it". Only done the "nice" way.It's less that you become strong through bullying, and more that there is a type of strength that is exhibited by enduring something instead of fighting it.
Bakugo may be aware, but he should admit out loud (in front of everyone) and actually fucking apologize Izuku. Then he'll have a small portion of my respect. If someone like Satsuki, Pacifica, Zuko, or even Ren Fucking Tao can do it, then so can his sorry ass.Bakugo is painstakingly aware that it is his own weakness that causes him to act this way
It's a combination of both. You're ignoring what's obviously there. Bakugo treated Deku like shit, even before the latter even found out he was born Quirkless. Then Bakugo doubled down on is assholery and looked down on those weaker than him, or those without a Quirk. Which is is stated and implied he did multiple times to Izuku. That is cause and effect, and it shows. Both stated and shown in the anime and manga. There is proper deconstruction or twisting of the trope. Besides, Bakugo is more of an insecure shit than Izuku is. All you're doing is helping me prove my point. I'm done here, and don't even bother responding or ending your sentence with a "lol", or blow off my arguement for "over thinking and being too serious". I'll hear none of it, and that is final.Deku definitely suffers from an inferiority complex, but I don't think the cause of it is actually Bakugo. It is him himself feeling that way due to growing up quirkless when all he ever wished was to be like All Might, that's what hurt him. Bakugo just kinda fed into the fire that was already there as opposed to lighting it.
Basically Deku suffers from imposter complex, not from bullying.