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Fact Sheets about Bullying & Intolerance
According to some estimates, more than one-third of American teens have experienced cyberbullying. Learn about what it is, how it makes you feel and how you can stop it.
This fact sheet is about the risks and consequences of exchanging nude images or sexually suggestive text messages via cell phone.
This fact sheet focuses on how bystanders who don't speak up contribute to bullying online and off.
This fact sheet offers tips for coping when someone posts, texts or emails something embarrassing about you without your permission.
There are many things you can do if you're being bullied. Learn how you can try and work it out by yourself or ask someone else for advice.
The term "coming out" is used by many people and means something different to everyone. Learn the facts about "coming out".
The 'coming out' process is different for everyone. Learn 10 things to consider before telling someone about your sexuality.
Real Stories about Bullying & Intolerance
This is the story of a young man who recovered from constant bullying and the racial attacks of friends.
This is Aubrey's story about how she deals with bullying from peers and manages the desire to self-harm through positive thinking.
This is Amilia's story about her brother who faced rejection after coming out to his parents but resolved to still live a happy, productive life.
A young woman shares her experience of realizing she is bisexual and sharing this with others.
Luke talks about having an eating disorder, cutting, and being gay.
MTV's A Thin Line campaign was developed to empower you to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse in your life and amongst your peers. The campaign is built on the understanding that there's a "thin line" between what may begin as a harmless joke and something that could end up having a serious impact on you or someone else. We know no generation has ever had to deal with this, so we want to partner with you to help figure it out. On-air, online and on your cell, we hope to spark a conversation and deliver information that helps you draw your own digital line.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. The Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1.866.488.7386)A free and confidential crisis and suicide prevention lifeline for LGBTQ youth that offers hope and someone to talk to, 24/7.