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I care because no one deserves to be bullied. Everyone is trying to get true life and just because someone is not like you does not give you any right for you to be a bully. Everyone should be equal. Don't let anyone bully you, tell an adult you fell comfortable with or even a school counselor. Please dress how you want and act how you want with your friends.

Julia, 13, Pennsylvania

because i seen alot of people been sad

jonathan, 9, irving,tx

Bullying has enough made some teens feel insecure. We HAVE TO stop it right now!

Muthia, 14,

I dont want others to make themselves feel invisible like the people they bully and I feel the urge to speak up for the bullied.

Mckinleigh, 12, louisiana

People should not be bullied because of how they look or what they like, they are the same people as you so people should stop bulling and be friends to each other so if your reading this lets stop bulling together.

Morgan, 12, flordia/davenport

I used to bully people a lot, but then it started getting back to me and I hated the way it felt. I feel that if you have to talk bad about someone to make yourself look good, then you should take a long hard look in the mirror. I still get bullied to this day, but I brush it off my shoulder. I'm a cheerleader and it comes from all the football players, but that's just how it is at my school.

Sarah, 15, CA

I am against bulluying completely, and yet sometimes I actually catch myself bullying.  I feel horrible when I think about I could do something like that. Making people feel bad about themselves, insecure, and not good in any way is NOT what I want to do. Yesterday morning, when I first saw this act, I though about what I could do to make things right. So yesterday at school I went to all of the people I have ever bullied or put down and said that I was sorry. All my friends followed my lead. Today I was given a citizenship award over the anouncements letting everyone in the school know that I wanted to make a change. People think that you get popular BECAUSE you bully?? Ya right. You would be more popular if you prevented it.

Emily, 13, Boise, ID

I feel alone alot of the time because i havnt got as much friends as when i did was in my other school and i think its because my friends have got new friends now. there are these kids at school that stick things on my back and i am teased because i am quite shy. they embarress me and i go red, when i go red they tease me about that too. im not hurt physically but i am hurt emoticonily, i dont want to go to school either really now because i am scared something else will make me feel worse. 

Lucy, 12, ny

I'm just starting middle school and already, there's this girl who wants to beat me up... I'm afraid of going now. She was nicer last year, but she's changed now. I hope this sight can help anyone from being bullied.

Brianna, 13, mi

why be mean to your same kind we are all Humans

Hanna, 11, toutle washington

I HAVE BEEN BULLYED WHEN I WAS 6 N I WAS N 2 GRADE N 5 GRADERS HAVE BULLYED ME N I WAS CRYING SOOOOOOOOO ALL THE KIDS THATS OUT THERE I LOVE YALL KEEP YOUR HEAD UP IN I PROMISE YOU WILL BE OKAY YOU ARE WORTH IT

KEKE, 11, TAMPA FL

I care because i got bullied in 3 grade and i really felt sad

Sain, 9, Irving TX

its not fair

Michelle, 14, Denver,Colorado

I was bullied for all of 6th grade .It was hard , I felt alone .It hurts so bad to hear these ugly words come out of  people's mouth. I felt like I didnt want to be alive or be me anymore.I didnt wanna be hurt .I care for this organization because I wanna stop bullying , I dont want anyone to feel like I did , Cause words hurt.

Haivyn Vanasse, 13, California

Sometimes people can hide what they really feel and you never know what they are feeling until they are gone.. So speak up and do something before its to late.. There's no such thing as having too many friends... So make a new one a bring someone up!

cassidy, 14, ND

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