Too many young people have taken their lives because of anti-gay bullying. While there has been an outpouring of shock and support from public officials in the form of “It Gets Better” messages, we still must address the deeper societal issues driving a culture of relentless bullying – and we must send a strong message that such a culture is unacceptable.
To help send that message, we’ll be participating in a day of remembrance this Wednesday, October 20, by wearing purple. The idea for the event originated online, and nearly one million people are already participating on Facebook.
Yes, I will. In fact, I think I will go through my girls' dressers and find purple clothing for them, too.
Thanks for the reminder!
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Then THAT is great parrish! Bullying is a HORRIBLE thing that can affect anyone!! Bullying REALLY needs to be cracked down on!!
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