Gingerrlily's Blog

April 24, 2010

bully n. , pl. , -lies . A person who is habitually cruel or overbearing, especially to smaller or weaker people.

Filed under: Uncategorized — by gingerrlily @ 3:07 am

Bullying has always been a terrible problem that many people have had to deal with in our society and lately I have noticed the huge news coverage that bullying scenarios have had in the media. I mean like real life bullying cases not just acted out ones that have been portrayed to the public for years.

Many of these bullying cases have been extremely sad ones that have had very tragic endings. The latest one I read was in an article of the new People Magazine cover in which a girl named Phoebe Prince as bullied to death. Phoebe Prince was just a normal teenage american high school student at South Hadley High where she lived a pretty happy life until she started to get constantly bullied by a gang of her high school school mates Ashley Longe, Sean Mulveyhill, Austin Renaud, and Kayla Narey. She was so brutality tormented that the fact that school officials never even intervened is upsetting.

Now the bullies that for months made her go through hell are being charged and judged for the crime. Many people are still a bit eery about considering bullying a crime and giving each of these individuals a trail on whether or not they where responsible for this sad life scenario. Which in my opinion will have to be a scenario that many will be apprehensive about for a very long time

~Peace and love GingerLily♥

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