If You Don’t Have Something Nice to Say…

Written by Jenn Sadai I find myself reciting those words, “Be the Bigger Person,” in my head quite often. So many people, especially on social media, are quick to judge and attack without warning. Although my intent is always to spread kindness, I am opinionated about politics and social issues that affect the world we live in. I openly share my thoughts on certain subjects and it’s never my intention to offend anyone who disagrees with me. However, having a {Read More}

My Story by Anonymous

A Story Submitted by Anonymous with permission I wanted to share part of my story regarding my experience of bullying. At primary school I got bullied because I’m partly deaf. I used to have to wear hearing aids and a hat all the time. My bullies would take my hat off my head and knock my hearing aids out, call me names, and once pushed me in the local stream. Only one person ever stood up for me. I became {Read More}

Actress Katie Boland Speaks Out for BKO

Katie Boland was born February 14, 1988 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and began her acting career at a very young age. Katie has been in a wide array of movies and television since her career began. I had the pleasure of connecting with actress Katie Boland to discuss the subject of bullying and get her take on it. I am proud to announce that Katie is one of the newest supporters here at Bullies Keep out, which I am very {Read More}

Girl Voted Ugliest Girl in the World Online Makes an AMAZING Speech!!

Lizzie Velasquez was born with a rare disease that makes it impossible for her to gain weight. A few years ago so discovered that internet bullies cruelly voted her the “ugliest on the Internet.” Rising above her tormentors she has gone on to succeed greatly in life. Watch her give an amazing and Godly speech that will literally change your life! [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0OV92Yyl20]  

Proposal in Massachusetts targets bullying at work

BOSTON (AP) — A bill under consideration at the Statehouse would target bullying in the workplace. A legislative panel is scheduled to hear testimony on Tuesday on the proposed law that supporters call ‘‘The Healthy Workforce’’ bill. The measure would offer protections and legal recourse to workers who have been subject to bullying, abuse or other forms of harassment at work. While Massachusetts already prohibits sexual harassment in the workplace, supporters of the bill say bullying and other forms of {Read More}

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