Lawsuit Involving Bullycide Victim

In another bullying case out of Fairfield, Ohio, the family of 13-year-old Emilie Olsen is suing the Fairfield City School District saying that school officials ignored bullying that lead to her death. Emilie committed suicide about a year ago. According to the federal law suite, Emilie, who is of Asian-American decent, had been the target of bullies for three years prior to her death, but the school did nothing about it. It included cyber-bullying in which her tormentors set up … Continue reading →

Bullying the Muslim Kid

Kids really do follow your cue, no matter what you might think. This is especially true when it comes to bullying, which often mirrors society’s prejudices. This is why most bullying consists of sexual bullying. (Mirroring society’s neurosis on sex), and bullying minority students tends to rise and fall according to current events. When news coverage centers around “illegal emigrants” we saw a spike in bullying of Hispanic students. Now that terrorism is back in the news, Muslims are the … Continue reading →

Eight-Year-Old Girl Killed Over Puppies

We often come across stories that will leave you shaking your head and wondering if the world has gone mad. This, unfortunately, is one of those times. This last Saturday in Jefferson County, Tennessee, 8-year-old MaKayla Dyer was playing at home with her puppies. That’s when an 11-year-old neighbor boy approached her and wanted to play with them too. MaKayla was wary. She had been bullied by this kid when they first moved to the neighborhood, and after a talk … Continue reading →

Parent Blasts School’s “Culture of Bullying”

A distrait parent in Edgar, Wisconsin, is demanding changes at Edgar High School where his son Jonathan was relentlessly bullied. Jonathan committed suicide on May 28th, yet another in the long line of bullyside victims.  Father Steve Wesener says the school district failed to recognize the “culture of bullying” that existed.  He is calling on other concerned parents to join him in instituting reform.  For more information on school bullying and how to prevent it, visit this link. … Continue reading →