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Teen Author Draws From Her Own Experience In New Novel ‘The Terrible Bullies’

Teen Author Draws From Her Own Experience In New Novel ‘The Terrible Bullies’

As anyone in school would know, bullying is everywhere and comes in many different forms. But how do we stop it? When you are different from other kids in any […]

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Student Becomes Outspoken Advocate For Online Learning After Seeing Its Positive Impact On Mental Health Of Her Peers

Student Becomes Outspoken Advocate For Online Learning After Seeing Its Positive Impact On Mental Health Of Her Peers

By FaithHoney Anderson *TW: Suicide* Mental health is the elephant in our classrooms. With October being National Bullying Prevention Month, I believe it’s important we take time to address students’ […]

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British Actress Bethany Antonia Talks Bullying, Black Lives Matter & Her Breakout Role In Netflix’s “Get Even”

British Actress Bethany Antonia Talks Bullying, Black Lives Matter & Her Breakout Role In Netflix’s “Get Even”

For many of us, COVID-19 has meant more time spent on Netflix, which in turn has enabled a number of shows on the international streaming platform to suddenly become viral […]

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Singer/Songwriter Juliette Reilly Empowering Listeners To Know They Can Get Through The ‘Hard Things’ In New Track

Singer/Songwriter Juliette Reilly Empowering Listeners To Know They Can Get Through The ‘Hard Things’ In New Track

We love artists who use their platform to spread messages about positivity, empowerment, and supporting one another. Nashville-based singer-songwriter Juliette Reilly does exactly this and more, and it’s no surprise […]

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Beyond “Pinktober” – A List Of Important Causes To Raise Awareness About During October

Beyond “Pinktober” – A List Of Important Causes To Raise Awareness About During October

By Chelsy Ranard October’s colors tend to be an array of oranges, reds, and yellows. As summer leaves and fall takes its place, our surroundings follow suit. Pumpkin spice, Halloween, […]

Celebrities

‘Empire’ Actress Gabby Sidibe On Body Image, Eating Disorders & Changing The Narrative Of Rape Culture

‘Empire’ Actress Gabby Sidibe On Body Image, Eating Disorders & Changing The Narrative Of Rape Culture

You know her as the sassy, sharp and funny assistant Becky on Fox’s hit show ‘Empire‘, and of course from her Academy Award nominated role in the 2009 film ‘Precious’. […]

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Up-And-Coming Actress Julia Flores Talks Penny Drives, Bullying & Her New Film ‘CENTS’

Up-And-Coming Actress Julia Flores Talks Penny Drives, Bullying & Her New Film ‘CENTS’

It’s the coming-of-age film for this generation. Award-winning writer/director Christopher Boone’s ‘CENTS’ is the edgy, badass, and inspiring story of high school student Sammy Baca who is on a quest […]

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Genius Teen Creates “Sit With Us” App To Combat Bullying & Help Kids Find Friends At Lunch

Genius Teen Creates “Sit With Us” App To Combat Bullying & Help Kids Find Friends At Lunch

Most of us are already familiar with the type of school bullying antics best summarized in the hit movie ‘Mean Girls’. So popular was that movie, that the term “mean […]

Fashion & Beauty

This 10 Y/O Designer, Once Bullied For Her Weight, Just Showcased Her Work At NYFW

This 10 Y/O Designer, Once Bullied For Her Weight, Just Showcased Her Work At NYFW

This 10 year old girl is literally the living definition of the phrase “success is the best revenge” so take note! Egypt “Ify” Ufele, from Queens, New York, is not […]

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How My Experience With Depression & Micro-Aggressions Lead Me To Feminism

How My Experience With Depression & Micro-Aggressions Lead Me To Feminism

By Emma Wood I’m not sure when I became a Feminist. It may have been a gradual process that began during graduate school or it may have been a gradual […]

Causes

Powerful Video Showing What Life Would Be Like If Gender Stereotypes Didn’t Exist

Powerful Video Showing What Life Would Be Like If Gender Stereotypes Didn’t Exist

You’re familiar with the butterfly effect, right? The name of the effect, coined by Edward Lorenz, is derived from the metaphorical example of the details of a hurricane (exact time […]

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‘Redheads Anonymous’ Series Creator Elisabeth Ness On Fame, Feminism, & Being A Dye-ing Breed

‘Redheads Anonymous’ Series Creator Elisabeth Ness On Fame, Feminism, & Being A Dye-ing Breed

They’re about as rare as unicorns these days. No we’re not talking about red-heads, we’re talking about awesome female protagonists, duh! Which is why we are hand-over-heart committed to using […]

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Being Bullied For A Rare Skin Condition Won’t Stop Mui Thomas From Building Hope In Others

Being Bullied For A Rare Skin Condition Won’t Stop Mui Thomas From Building Hope In Others

Everyone has trials in their life, that’s just a given. But some people experience difficulties in a larger scale, and it certainly forces you to put things into perspective in […]

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How Lizzie Velasquez Went From Bullying Victim To Hero In ‘A Brave Heart’ Docu

How Lizzie Velasquez Went From Bullying Victim To Hero In ‘A Brave Heart’ Docu

If you were called the World’s Ugliest Woman on the internet, what would you do? If millions of people saw a nasty video that some Youtube user posted online making […]

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‘Mean Girls’ + Social Media = New Novel ‘Populatti’ By Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper

‘Mean Girls’ + Social Media = New Novel ‘Populatti’ By Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper

We all remember the movie ‘Mean Girls’ starring Lindsay Lohan as an outcast who tries to fit in with a female clique by changing herself and covering up her past. […]