And they didn't whine and moan for attention either, and they were teenagers! They just did what they had to do. They had something called character, dignity, and class regardless of all the indignity that was thrown upon them. As most of those victimized by bullying and abuse of any kind usually are. Typically it's the most vicious bullies/abusers that do so regardless of age. Bullies sometimes never grow up they just get worse with age. I had expressed this sentiment in a recent post that we still live in a country and world where someone looks at a white female cross eyed or those of great privilege fools freak out/over dramatize it as something is wasn't but if something a million times of actual validity is done to Girls, Women, or someone in the LGTBQ of color on a regular basis little to no one gives a damn. If not blame placed on the ones that actually had plenty done to them. That still says a great deal about our world that maybe things haven't changed all that much, it still exists under the surface. We talk about being equal, well then be equal. It starts with you.
As taken from the true life story of the first black american students to integrate into white schools in the south. Highly recommended biopic "The Ernest Green Story."
Question: "So this is going to school?"
Answer: "It isn't going to school but it's definitely getting an education."
Aloha💖 Born of the wild, Spiritual (believer), Millennial, Survivor Leader for Gender Based Violence, Violence Against the Marginalized, Violence Against Women, Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Human Trafficking. A thriver. Journalism, Collaborator, Research, Adviser, Consultant. Multi Lingual. [...]