In a perfect world, we wouldn’t accept homophobia as a “traditional faith perspective” but it’s always important to remember that real, lasting change happens step by step.
We live in a world where crimes of injustice occur every day, whether we’re aware of them or not. However, I think we need to make an honest effort to educate ourselves about certain things, such as bullying and the hidden depth of violence that it brings, in order to truly be moved by them enough to take action.
Deanna Shoyer supported International Pink Day to as a way to teach her sons about he value of diversity and a show of solidarity against discrimination.
JJ Vincent went expecting some good music and a biggish crowd of teenage girls. What he got was something completely different.
A Nebraska elementary school found itself getting the wrong kind of attention after sending out the wrong kind of advice.
The Day of Silence is an event to address the problem of the bullying, harrasment, and silencing of LGBT students. The twist? This event is student led.
Some may insist that bullying is just a part of childhood, but Eric Thompson insists that we can change that.
Teaching empathy is not enough, insists Eric Thompson of CivilSchools. We need to teach our kids to resist the Bystander Effect.
Ross Grainger with a powerful story about the time he was bullied, and what he has since come to learn from it.
Eric Thompson believes that Jonathan Martin’s response to NFL shows what kind of man he is. After all, reaching out to others is a formula for success, not an admission of weakness.
A new study finds that students bullied because they are believed to be gay are much more likely than others to be suicidal and depressed.