Friday, October 01, 2010

This Is So Sad… Please, Please Stop The Hate.

A fifth student committed suicide in the last three weeks because of bullying. Please stop the hate speech. Please speak up when you hear you hear hate speech; tell them that it is not acceptable. We can only bring about a change is by speaking up. Teacher and administrators, it is not necessary to laws on bullying, there are already laws that says you must provide an environment conducive to learning and that means a safe environment. Be pro-active. Culture changes from the top down.
Raymond Chase Commits Suicide, Fifth Gay Youth To Take Life In Three Weeks

Johnson and Wales student Raymond Chase, 19, took his own life this past Wednesday, according to The Advocate.

Chase, a sophomore reported as openly gay, apparently hanged himself in his dorm room. According to Now Public, the circumstances surrounding his death are not yet known.

Many consider this -- the fifth suicide by a young gay person in the past few weeks -- as a national call to action…

We have to speak up against the hate speech like "50cent" tweet...
If you a man and your over 25 and you don't eat pu**y just kill your self damn it. The world will be a better place. Lol 10:57 PM Sep 29th via ÜberTwitter
Or the Assistant Attorney Gender of Michigan who has a blog that is attacking the Student Government President of the University of Michigan becuase he is gay.
State Official Bullies College Student
By Michelle Garcia

Chris Armstrong, the gay president of the University of Michigan's student government, has found himself the target of cyberbullying by one of the state's top law enforcement officials.
Shirvell has described Armstrong as a "Nazi-like" recruiter for "the cult that is homosexuality." He also claims Armstrong aims "to promote the radical homosexual agenda at the University of Michigan and to use his position to promote that cause." He has also featured a photo of Armstrong with a swastika added to his face, calling him "Satan's representative on the Student Assembly."

In Crisis
If you or someone you know is in crisis and is considering suicide call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or the Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386.

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