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7 ups, 2 replies
If it's a recurring and escalating problem and you are being targeted with more than words, talk to a guidance counselor or a trusted teacher about it. Otherwise the best path is ignore the haters and hecklers in life. Success is yours for the taking and some times the best revenge is to live well.
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Sounds glib, but if you let a bully see he's hurt you - he wins. What's a weakness of his (besides needing to bully others?) if he persists, ask him if he wants you to judge him for whatever that is.
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3 ups, 2 replies
I'm not sure about that. We don't know there's a bully, but there could be. If things are escalating and LordCakeThief decides to talk to a guidance counselor or a trusted anyone else irl about the situation, that does not automatically equal the kid at school will know about it.
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6 ups
the kid was also my friend... I unfriened him, I told him if being gay was normal he wouldnt care.
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4 ups, 1 reply
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We are the trusted someone else in this situation. And LordCakeThief is probably unknown to the bully under this pseudonym. Maybe he's not facing a full-on troll, but being called a psychotic idiotic weird person obviously stung, as it is definitely bullying behavior. School counselors can be good but not always. Sometimes it's just good to know someone cares.
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4 ups, 1 reply
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Read the statement, it says a kid at school called him that because he wasn't straight. Based on that information, I would call that bullying. You seem awfully quick to defend the person making the hurtful comments, but let's keep the focus on the person who is reaching out to this community for help.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Loop, you complete hypocrite (and Jesus denounced NO sin more severely than that). I will illustrate.

If somebody called your kid "psychotic" and "weird", you would BLUBBER AND WHINE AND BOO-HOO to the principal, and top it off with a rant and rave at your church about blessed are the persecuted.

The amazing thing about hypocrisy is - except for a VERY few when you show them to their face - hypocrites don't actually GET that they are actually applying a double standard and being hypocrites :-O
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0 ups
dude, calling someone lonley is mean, so stop
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0 ups
we were talking about gays, and I said is, "arent gays cool?" and then he called people, phyotic, and weird. so, how in hell woud that provoke him?¿ And im 12, so im not a child, im a big kid. I will stay strong, even if it means asking for help.
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5 ups, 1 reply
OK, thank you! :D
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5 ups, 1 reply
Yeah that sucks when a friend turns on you. It can hurt much worse than a stranger's words. Friends come and friends go. Hopefully along the way you'll find one or two really good friends that truly "have your back". But yeah, when you've opened up to someone they can hurt you much worse than say, some random troll on imgflip or random bully in the hood. Your ex-friend may be struggling with his own sexuality and lashing out at you for accepting yourself as you are. That's why, never take things personally. No one can judge you, but people tend to offer their opinions based on what it is about you that they like or dislike about themselves.
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5 ups, 1 reply
I have another friend thats my sexuality, and 15 out of my 30 friends exept me for who I am. And they love me for it.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Sometimes it's best to just ignore a bully, like a fly buzzing around. Most times I find it best to swat them like a mosquito. Nip it in the bud as it were. The frenemy who turns on you - it can be tough to let them go, but it's better than establishing a pattern of abuse. "Oh I'm so sorry, I'll never do it again" -until they do it again the next week. Focus on the friends that accept you, ditch the ones that don't as though they are yesterday's news.
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5 ups, 1 reply
will do. Thank you so much!...
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5 ups, 1 reply
Your welcome, kid. Anytime. And kudos to you for having the courage to ask for help when needed. :-)
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3 ups
:D
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5 ups, 1 reply
My advice to you is, if any one says that too you say "I'm sorry you feel that way." Then complement them on something. Watch what they do afterwards.
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4 ups
will do... thanks
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5 ups
XD
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5 ups, 1 reply
Plus what they said
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3 ups
k
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5 ups, 1 reply
My suggestion here would be to not give this person power or control over you or how you feel, because that's what they thrive on is negativity. And only you can or can not give them the power and control.
And here's another thought they just might be a**holes with nothing better to do than torture other kids, and it might be nothing. But by you reacting it encourages them...once again thriving on negativity.
I'm sure you're a very nice person, remember that, and don't let them make you feel differently.
Also as has been previously suggested if you can confide in someone, or even just write about it and what's bothering you, as a release. That would be positive too because it's not a good idea to hold stuff like that in.
And they're only words. I hope that helps.
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4 ups
It does, thank you. :3
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2 ups, 1 reply
They are irrelevent. They seek to make themselves matter through their hate, weak people do. They always fail.

One day you will look back at all this and laugh.
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1 up, 1 reply
ok, thx
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1 up, 1 reply
From both my parent's ethnicities being reviled, to me being a weirdo, to my odd tastes in music, etc, I was ridiculed from 3rd grade until junior year HS. That last year I figured how to defend myself. And I did that by AGREEING with them.
Maybe it helps that I got sorta grim looks, but basically I tell them, "Yeah, I am, and? You got a problem with that? Good."

Ping pong wars, as seen on the web, "You're a troll!" vs "No I'm not, you're a bigger troll!" only succeeds in proving both idiots right. Anyways, it's just words. People take this stuff too seriously. Triggered, snowflake, butthurt - just words. Binary blips dancing on the electric sky.

Ignoring, walking away is very effective, because by not reacting, their need for reaction goes unfulfilled.

But in HS, due to what was going on back in my father's country at the time, I suddenly became public enemy #1. No one to turn to. Relatives lived far away, and my family always blamed me for getting picked on. So one day I got ticked off. And I've been ticked off ever since.

Even if it doesn't apply to me, I tell them that's what I am. What are they gonna do, not invite me to go bowling this Friday? Big whoop.

I'm not saying you should take that approach. I naturally look like an ugly thug plus I inherited a pair of angry looking eyes even when I'm not, and grew up in an family of constant squabbling, so I can get away with more that some others might.
My, "Go ahead, do it, like right NOW" works for me. Others, on the other hand, might get obliged.

I can also go on and on and have said things I later regretted. So restraint ain't such a bad thing.

But perhaps finding a way of saying, "Yeah, I am, so?" might work for you.

Regardless, people like that so-called friend do no matter. So therefore they make the loudest noise to prove they do. But they still don't.

Tomorrow will be another day, and you will find your stride.
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1 up
thank you soooo much!
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1 up, 2 replies
Laugh it off. The best way to deal with people trying to make you feel bad is not taking it seriously. Let me tell you, if you're open up enough on the internet about your sexualiity your gonna grow some pretty thick skin real quick. The more you take it all as a joke, the more you can find humor in more situations. You could eventually bond with the person and keep that one moment in which he called you psychotic as an inside joke. I have experience with stuff like that. I'm straight, but I still understand your pain.
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3 ups, 1 reply
ok, thank you!
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0 ups
Np.
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1 up, 1 reply
Interesting.

So y'ain't so bad after all, are ya?
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1 up, 1 reply
If having conservative beleifs makes me bad, I geuss not. Socially I lean more left ( so like LGBT rights) but I tend to lean right with issues that have big consequences.
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1 up, 1 reply
I don't care about your beliefs, as long as they don't advocate the harming of those not asking for it.

It's how you treat others, specifically the OP in this situtuation, that really matter to me.

Everything else I say is just fluff, strictly for entertainment purposes.
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1 up
OK.
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8 ups
That didnt really help.... we were talkng about sexuality....
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8 ups, 2 replies
Wow, loopzloop, you are trying bully LordCakeThief in a Siloam fashion to the bully that caused him pain in the first place! How dare you suggest that he has psychological problems because of his sexual orientation. Shame on you.
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7 ups
I downvoted him....
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6 ups, 1 reply
*similar
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7 ups, 1 reply
Loop, the truth also doesn't care about your "bible", which contradicts itself a hundred ways over and includes many failed prophecies. If we're really looking to truth that doesn't care about your feelings, then your religious preconceptions do not even enter into the equation either because they are not axiomatic, and your "studies" contradict many more that oppose them.

It does not matter what Paul said twenty centuries ago. Homosexuality is found ALL throughout nature. It is a fact you can see for yourself that people do NOT choose to be gay anymore than they choose to be black. Exactly the opposite - many of them desperately TRY not to be - and fail. Look to all your "Christian" buddies in school who torment gay kids till some of them, poor bastards, even commit suicide, which they did not deserve. To those "Christian" pals of yours, would not a true (non-bib/contradictory) Jesus warn, "Why call ye me Lord, Lord, and DO NOT the things I say (compassion, judge not, etc.)...Depart from me, ye that work iniquity."
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5 ups
why are you being mean to everyone? Also earlier you said "do your fecking homework" i dont have homework.
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5 ups, 1 reply
how to know someone lost an argument? they call you names and cuss at you!
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4 ups, 1 reply
You just proved his point. XD
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3 ups
im sorry you feel that way. Nice icon dude
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4 ups, 1 reply
I'm sorry, but if you really think that liking somebody of the same gender is a despicable crime and mental issue, then I think the problem lies within you.
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3 ups
Some people just like the same gender. There's nothing wrong with that. It doesn't hurt you in any way, shape or form.
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2 ups
it does exist in the wild, I saw 2 female squirles humping eachother
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4 ups, 1 reply
http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/life-sciences/animal-behaviour/homosexual-behaviour-animals-evolutionary-perspective
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0 ups, 2 replies
I wrote in the wild, yet you f*gs keep on posting pictures of animals in captivity. You're not very clever, are you?
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0 ups
Ok, let's just say the most famous study on the topic of homosexual behaviour in animals in the wild was by a Canadian (of course) amateur biologist and full-time homosexual activist who released his paper to peer review. When it became apparent that the animals he had studied in the wild were actually in his local zoo, and that what he classified as homosexual behavior was anything including what you people do down the docks of a Saturday to *any physical contact between animals of the same sex*, be it playful or affectionate, so brothers and sisters playing or a mother nuzzling a female cub. If you know anything about mammals, and you don't you'll know all those are natural and normal behaviour. So, sadly for him, his study was instantly discredited and he was roundly mocked for his stupidity... like I'm doing to you people now. His name? Well, let's just say he's the co-author of the book that you googled when challenged on a topic of which you are completely ignorant. Oh dear. You took google's first result and went with it- now you have made sure everyone knows what a fool you are. How embarrassing for you.
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0 ups
What if I told you posting an image of the cover of a book you googled but haven't read won't win you many arguments? Hahaha you mockery.
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1 up
Are you in possesion of an IQ higher than that dick wedged up your ass?
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3 ups
he prabally is right, will do. and thanks for the stupid advice! i will use it when i talk about gay people. and i WILL mention your name, and qote you
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