Child bride Courtney Stodden has been speaking out about bullying — after a fashion — for a long time. Now she has more advice for bullying victims.
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.
What could be wrong with anti-bullying campaigns? Well, they could encourage acceptance of gays and lesbians, for example — which, if you're Focus On The Family, is very, very wrong.
An Associated Press review of anti-bullying laws across the nation revealed they are largely ineffective. Several recent child suicides have spurred a push for stronger laws, but is it possible to police something that can be as subtle as eye-rolling?