This is a line from the Movie Chef (2014.)
Jon Favreau's character finally spoke his mind to the "villain", a reporter who gave him a bad review early on in the movie.
Here's the script:
"What happened between us,
that really knocked me for a loop.
I mean, you robbed me of my pride
and my career and my dignity.
And I know people like you don't
usually care about that kind of thing.
But you should know,
it hurts people like me."
I found this to be really powerful because it's not some cathartic moment where you stand up for yourself and shut your bully down on the spot.
You were already hurt.
You lost something.
You went through the pain, anger and humiliation.
But you ballsy up and tell the world how you feel anyway.
"It hurts people like me"
You belong to a different breed.
You're not like the other sheep, where you think you should cave in and throw away your values just to fit in.
You're not like everyone else, who want to be like everyone else.
Again, you were already hurt. It doesn't matter if you didn't "win."
You still get to say something for you and your people.
If your friends or family don't understand that, maybe it's time to consider that they don't belong in your life.