What do you do when your five-year-old is being bullied and the school won't do anything? A father in Wisconsin has just filed a restraining order against the pint-size bully who was harassing his daughter with incredibly violent threats and behavior.
And here's a yearbook message to prove it. [Updated: this yearbook note ain't real. Oh Vanity Fair, how you fooled me]
Despite the fact that there's scant evidence in the Bible that Jesus was an asshole who commanded his followers to bully gay children to death, a group of American Christian parents seem to think Christ has called upon them to act like jerks. That's why they're actively working against the passage of anti-bullying…
The movie Bully was (at least according to its distributors) intended to start conversations among teens about bullying and its consequences. But now that it's rated R, many teens might not get to see it. And so begins a weird power struggle over a film that was supposed to be uplifting.
New Jersey's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights —which have been recognized as the "toughest legislation against bullying in the nation"— went into effect this month causing many to wonder whether or not it will successfully protect students who were previously being bullied or who may be bullied when they are older.
Thomas Gooch has made headlines in recent weeks for his motion to have his opponent's "large breasted" paralegal removed from the counsel's table. Turns out, he also faces a battery trial next week for allegedly pulling a woman's hair.
This just in from "no shit studies" central: According to research collected from studies about bullies in six countries, children of authoritarian parents ("parents who are demanding, directive and unresponsive") are more likely to become bullies between the ages of nine to 16. Alternatively, children of responsive…