Interview With A Dancer

Interview by Dana Jacoviello It is a sad thing to have to say when people are so afraid to speak out on their experiences for fear of judgement or shame. The bullying stories can often lead to more bullying, but if we do not fight that fear, we are not able to help anybody else see that is OK to stand up for yourself. It is OK to speak out. It is at times we lose people for these reasons. {Read More}

A Mother’s Love: My Son Is Gay

Interview by Dana Jacoviello Many of us hear of heartbreaking stories of LGBTQ youth being thrown out of their homes and left homeless on the streets. In fact, there is a good portion of homeless youth due to this epidemic. Even as adults, the LGBTQ community is still struggling with acceptance and human rights as we see every day on the news and social media. There are a plethora of stories that we read on a regular basis. It occurs far {Read More}

Starry Magazine Lends their Voice to Bullies Keep Out

Jamie Steinberg: Managing Editor of Starry Constellation Magazine and Supporter/Advocate to Bullies Keep Out   I had the pleasure of reciprocating an interview with one of Starry Constellation Magazines own Jamie Steinberg, the managing editor. Jamie and Lisa have an online magazine that features interviews with actors, actresses, and musicians. They have become great friends and graciously offered to become supporters and lend their voice to Bullies Keep Out. You can check out Starry Constellation Magazine out on Twitter at: {Read More}

Triumph Over the Bully

Photo Courtesy of Rita Parker Rita Parker is 26 years old and Founder and CEO of Keep True, which is a non-profit organization to provide affordable and accessible opportunities in the arts for military families. This is Rita’s heartbreaking story of being bullied through school and her triumph to the successful strong woman she is today! I am proud to call her a friend and an inspiration of strength. Mark Leitao: What made you want to share your story? Rita {Read More}

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