You Are Enough: A Look Inside Conversion Therapy

Written by Kendall Jordan Conversion therapy. You may or may not have heard the term before. Essentially, it’s a form of religious therapy that endeavours to change any non-heterosexual individual into a heterosexual, though it’s been widely discredited as a genuine therapeutic tool in recent years. It involves a series of intense, and usually shame inducing practices, and is incredibly damaging – to the point that it’s often referred to as spiritual abuse. One case in Australia involved a young {Read More}

Honoring History

Written by Jenn Sadai Our history is our greatest asset. It holds all mankind’s impressive achievements, as well as the biggest blunders and most shameful secrets from our past. It shows how our world has survived and progressed over time. The good and bad aspects of our history should always be studied and honored. That’s not the same thing as honoring historic individuals who contributed to the worst moments in our history. We can’t sweep the horrors of slavery under {Read More}

Is History Repeating Itself?

Written by Jenn Sadai In the last month or so, many people have compared President Trump’s actions with the most heinous leader of all time, Adolf Hitler. The comparison comes from the fact that Hitler blamed the Jews for the loss of World War I and Trump is blaming terrorism on specific Muslim-majority countries. Although there are some similarities, it’s not really fair to compare Trump’s intentions with Hitler. I’m pretty confident Trump is not planning on slaughtering every Muslim {Read More}

Anxiety, Fear, Stress, Depression with Author Stan Popovich

Stan recently reached out to me to get his articles published on the Bullies Keep Out site. I felt his articles were a good fit as anxiety, fear, and depression have a great deal to do with bullying and the repercussions; however, it is also in relation to healing and recovery, which I also deal with here at BKO. I have published several articles that he sent to me that you can read. You can also check out his site {Read More}

Joshua Reid-Davis Lends his Voice to BKO

I recently connected with Joshua Reid-Davis through a good friend. In not knowing him that well as of yet, I decided to do just that. I find him to be quite interesting and a beautiful person. I look forward to working with him and getting to know him better myself. I am grateful to have him join Bullies Keep Out as a supporter and lend his voice and advice to the fight against all forms of bullying and hate. Please take {Read More}

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