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i care beacause i have been bullied, and its not a fun thing to go through. Demi is doing an amazing job with preventing this for me and for all of the other kids that are bullied...she is truly amazing. 

Jennifer, 15, fl

 I care because we all have feelings. Nobody should be bullied for how they look, live, or for being themselves, or for anything. Nobody is perfect, but everyone is human, and nobody deserves to be hurt. Everybody deserves to have respect, confidence, and the right to be themselves. 

Alana , 14, Pennsylvania

I was bullied by someone who use to be my bestfriend. I know what it feels like. And now i dont want ANYONE to feel what i did. It had to end.

Itzel, 15, Texas

I know how it feels to get bullied. I know how it feels to feel like the whole world hates you. I was there before. 

Angie, 18, New Jersey

I care because I have been bullied. I hated being pushed around and made fun of, but I eventually turned things around for myself. The stupid part about it is that I became the bully and I didn't even realize it. Just because he/she is laughing doesn't mean it doesn't hurt. Just because others are laughing doesn't mean it's right. 

DJ, 17, Alabama

I care because...  I was bullied for four years. Being bullied leaves scars that no one can repair. Being bullied leaves you vulnerable to the harsh things in this world that can change a person and not always for the better.  My graduation paper/project this year is on bullying and teen depression.  Bulling is serious and anyone who takes it as a joking matter needs to look into the lives of those affected by it.  Stand Up.  Speak out.  The End Of Bullying Begins With Me.
 

Chelsie, 16, Cranberry TWP, PA

my sister was bullied in school and it has affected her throughout her life. Now I see kids at my son's school bullied and it seems like nothing is done about it.

Sarah, 43, Minneapolis, MN

i want to make a law to stop bulling!! its just not right to bully why do people even do it!! did you know the bullys are always go for the weak people and the ones that are younger then them and that are not that smart to know how to tell a teacher!! i was bullied since i was in kindergraden it does not feel to good to get bullied!! please who ever is reading this help me spread this message and stop the bulling!!!

girl, 22, arazna

On the bus i am bullid by being teasd and picked on. I didnt like it but my friend sat with me on the bus and it happend to her to it happen for 11 weeks and we couldnt take it anymore she told me she told the princable and now the bully doesnt mess with us anymore.

shelby, 11, keysville Va

I think that bullying should be illegal because kids are harming themselves with there lives. Kids are being bullied everyday and the best way to stop it is to address it before it starts because if you do then the bully will not be able to do anything about it. Bullies usually pick on kids that are younger than them because they feel like they need to have power over people. This should not be happening because every day a kid gets bullied they are in danger of harming themselves or someone else so they can be accepted by the person that is bullying them. BULLYING MUST STOP!

Tylan, 11, Alpheretta

I care because nobody deserves to go through getting bullied. It's not fun its just mean.

Jacob, 12, North Georgia

i have never been bullied but i guess i know how horrible it may feel, i've seen a lot of people being bullied and i just feel bad because i can't stop it. i don't know how, but i just want bullying to stop, it makes kids and teens feel horrible about theirselves and we all have to be proud of ourselves, no matter what they say, so please make it STOP

Belen, 13, Pittsburgh

I have been bullied this led to me self harming and eating disorders i dont want anyone else to go through that.

Fergus , 13, Northern Ireland

I have been through all types of bullying verbal phsical cyber and txt and I'm telling you its not fun to be bullied!! it hurts and I have been dealing with bullying since primary and am still dealing with it to this very day. I want to help people out there who are being bullied in any way I can you know everyone goes through it and we just need it to stop! so sign this petition it will be the best feeling you ever have knowing that you have helped in some way possible with helpings kids deal with bullying. thank you.

Leanzah walsh, 16, New Zealand

if your getting bullied tell someone i got bullied cause of braces i got called metal mouth and shook it off cause i knew i would have straight teeth soon and my mom told me that no matter what other people think what u think matters most!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

laya, 13, wv

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