pinkyloverFeatured By OwnerMar 27, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
awww...but your so nice!how can people be so cruel!>: (,they are just big bullies picking on other people who don't deserve it,and that have done nothing wrong,like you,and even if they have don't something,they don't deserve do be punished by these rude stalkers,they need forgiveness,and your like the nicest person ever!!and you deserve nothing mean thrown at you!!you just need to ignore them and they'll soon go away!!
I honestly believe words hurt but what is the worst term you've heard? I've heard "you're a complete waste of genetic material and killing you would clense the gene pool thus being a favor to humanity. You are a retarded waste of space and the biggest mistake known..."
People doesn't seem to notice how MUCH words can hurt....and for some people it even changes personality because you start believing them....and even when those people have stopped calling you like that...those voices just don't stop
Personally, I like the idea of Spirit Day, but extend it to just bullying in general. Bullying and Cyberbullying are both serious problems for teens of today, gay or straight, doesn't matter which. Tailoring it to demographics just senselessly divides the problem into more niches.
At the end of the day, it didn't matter if it was a homosexual or a heterosexual that jumped off a building to escape the pains of social abuse, it's still a dead kid on the floor. It does indeed get better, for everybody. #2cents
Not sure why I just hashtagged, I don't even have Twitter...
Gawd dont I know what this feels like. I get called emo and suicidal by people who don't know me. I used to get called lesbian and in 5th grade a kid punched me. I am hated by practically everyone in my grade and one group of girls talks bad about me behind my back, but I'm thankful the most bullying I've received is being labeled a social outcast. No one deserves to be bullied and hurt</3
Boys can be teased/picked on/bullied as well as girls. When I was at school, I was called "retard", "chicken", "sissy", "loser", and even "girl"(and I'm a male). If I may suggest, you could turn this into a poster speaking out against the evils of namecalling. At least think about it, okay?
I had these words and more said to me freshman year. Even though the bully got in trouble and stopped talking to me, there is still a scar. I really didn't want his words to affect me but they did. I used to be so outgoing and optimistic about everything. I used to think I was one of the smartest in the class and had the ability to be good at anything I did. Now because of those words I endured everyday for a year, I cant come to think of myself the same way again. I cant think of myself as smart or beautiful or talented. I don't even think i will be able to be accepted into any college despite the fact I took higher level classes for all of highschool. Everything is just negative now and I can never find it in me to think positively about myself.
Gosh.... I think I love this the most out of all the other Spirit Day deviations. This is incredibly moving and you really prove how any form of bullying can hurt deeply. You should be proud that this is your 100th deviation!