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Just about everyone knows someone who has been bullied, in ways big and small. Understandably, though, many victims are reluctant to speak about their experiences. We found some who aren't.
Bullying lowered my self-esteem a lot, it made me have the worst self-image. I felt like I was never going to have any friends, I felt like I was going to be alone my whole life. I felt like nobody cared about me. I even felt like my parents didn’t even care about me. It was like the whole world was out to get me when I was bullied. - Nathan, Tampa Bay area teen
In this issue of tb-two*, we tackle a subject that's everywhere: bullying. Students speak out about being bullied, being judged, Trayvon Martin and more. Check out everything from our bully pulpit below.
*Nathan's story: Gay junior tells how he's survived years of bullying. (with AUDIO)
*Marlene Miranda on why we look away when others are being bullied.
*Kailey Cleary of Chamberlain High: "I never really thought of bullying as that big of a deal . . . But it got my attention when my friend Casey May committed suicide because of it." Read and listen to her story. (with AUDIO)
*Teen voices: What people are saying about being judged.
*Singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile talks about a local voice for teens and tolerance.
*Young, black and male: Teens' thoughts on Trayvon Martin
*Q and A with Trayvon Martin's stepmom: "He was just a good boy."