I support these kids with all my heart.
Done for an anti-bullying site.
Sadly, protest against bullying come too late for many people.
Kids should learn tha pain, and open their arms to others.
Many times, they juste figure that's a game, and think they didn't do bad things.
When I was in middle-school, the kids verbally harassed me mercilessly. Both on my autism and my religion, but thank goodness after about year I finally asked for help. And things got a lot better.
I hope no one bullies my little sister because of her autism.
If they do, I'll punch them in their little make-up smeared faces.
No one hurts my little sister.
So tell your austistic friend that there are people in this world who care A LOT about people like her. Tell her that she is not a freak... but rather, that she is truly special.
And I want to say this to those who have been bullied from the song, "Simon" by Lifehouse, "As you I've felt the same..."
I understand how your friend feels, cause I have autism as well and I had to deal with bullies as well way back
It's a stupid act to bully others because they're different, there's nothing cool or fun about it; it's just stupid and hateful
You should join this new group Unite-Our-Resistance; it's a group against bullying
It's on my page if you wanna join
IF YOU ARE BULLIED OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS, please ask for help until you get it, it's your very right to be helped and it's a duty for adults to help you. I'm not from the USA but I think you can get help if you write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org ([link]).
Love to you all.
I love my little brother
The oldest of the triplets got taken to Shelbyville Children's home for the mentally disabled when I was four about a week before Christmas. I know it sounds dumb but I DO remember him being carted off. I get to see him twice every other year.
The youngest of the triplets says that he knows he is different, and that is why people don't like him. A subsitute teacher mocked him, causing him to come home a crying wreck.
As his older sister I felt like I needed to take a stand, so when we met with the substitute I went along, and by the way she squirmed I could tell she was guilty. I wanted her to die or at least I wanted something BAD to happen to her. I prayed every night asking God to strike her down in the most painful way possible.
Then a boy at my school heard about my autistic brothers, and said that all autistic people don't deserve to live. That hit close to home and made me decide that it'd be better to just lock people out and not make many friends. I regret my decision, but things have been better.
Frankly, I could give a crud less. I'll just try to act normal while being an individual, not a cookie cutter copy of all of them.
So let them come at me with their teasing and torments.
And let them come at your brother with their teasing and torments.
They'll all get theirs later on...and all of us shall rise victorious.
I might not be seriously autistic, but I know how it feels to be singled out because we're different.
Sometimes it feels like nobody feels the same, but I know exactly how you feel; when I see bullying, I step in for the victim. But of course, no one ever steps in for the outcasts because they don't give a darn. So we should all try to rise above this emotional and sometimes physical pain and try to be an advocate for all of this stupid nonsense.
...I apologize, I was moved by your story.