Today at school a group of students and I had to do a skit for the elementary students on what bullying is. So we showed them that bullying is something that happens everday and not just once or twice on accident. We made signs with the days of the week on it to show that it happens over a period of time and each time the sign would change the "bully" would say or do something to the "victim" I was the "victim" in one of the skits and the "bully" was making fun of me, calling me names, you know. The entire time he was calling me stupid, said I smelled, and told me my clothes were gross. During this time maybe one or two kids would laugh, but not realy any reactions. And then the bully said. "You are fat and ugly. You shouldn't come to school because no one wants to see your face." After he said that there was a moment of silent and then every little kid there went "Ooohhhhhh!" Afterwards we were standing off to the corner talking about how it went when a little boy, maybe a kindergartener came up to me. "I just wanted to let you know that you aren't fat or ugly. You are really really pretty, and that boy shouldn't of lied to you." He then turned to the guy that way being the bully. "You do not call a girl fat or ugly! All girls are beautiful! You should be put in time out!" I told the little boy that he was just pretending and would never really call a girl fat or ugly and the little boy looked at me and said. "Okay but he does it again let me know. I'll get him to stop." And then he walked away. I hope that little boy never changes.
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February 13, 2013 9:16pm UTC
once I asked myEnglish teacher if teachers shipped their students and after explaining what shipping meant she told me that that is literally one of the most popular discussions in the staff room f o r m a t j i m m y 3 6 5
THIS IS WORTH READING, TRUST ME! Earlier this year I was in one of my classes, and this one really nice girl asked to use the restroom, but the teacher told her no. Well the girl politely asked again, and he said no again. A few minutes later she said it was an emergency, and he still turned her down. You could tell she was obviously annoyed, but then about three minutes later asks again, and tells him it is a serious emergency, and she has to go, but he still says no. So the girl stands up in front of everyone, and her face is all red because she's embarassed, and she says to the teacher in front of EVERYONE that she just started her period, and she literally needs to use the restroom. At this point everyone is staring. The teacher STILL told her to go sit down and didn't let her go. Everyone in the class was confused and shìt, then OUT OF NO WHERE the kid next to the girl, a varsity football player, stands up and says "Don't you have a wife? Didn't you grow with your mom or sister's? She's started her period, and she needs to use the bathroom, and she's going whether you let her or not!" Then he walked over, pulled the girl with him, and walked with her to the bathroom. When they came back the doûche bag of a teacher called security on them, and the guy got suspended for standing up for the girl. I will never forget that day. A dámn football player was man enough to stand up for a girl against a teacher and defended her on a girl problem she was having. Not many high school guys are mature enough to even say the word "period" much less do what he did.
I relize im the only one that can actully save myself and that no matter what treatment, or meds or people say im still stuck with my same mind everyday and I am the only one capable of setting myself free