pecs and the city

Ponder, Matt
June 2012
Word (Word Publications - Ted Fleischaker);Jun2012, p26
The article presents the author's insights on how to prevent bullying, specifically in LGBT youth. The author mentions that the LGBT youth who are being bullied must know that bullies will never win and are just products of cowardice. He says that the parents should teach their children that there is no need to jump on a bandwagon when those who are different are bullied by other and less educated youth. He adds that the best revenge for bullies is to live well.


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