The Effects Of Bullying On Children With Disabilities

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In a society that is built on the theory in believing that everyone is created equal is also ironically home to those who partake in vilnius activities against those with mental and physical disabilities, gays, lesbians, transgenders, and finally, those who simply do not meet the qualifications of the bully. According to Bullying Statistics, children with disabilities were two to three times more likely to be bullied. Continuing from Bullying Statistics, results have shown that 64 percent of children who were bullied did not report it; only 36 percent of children reported being bullied. Luckily, there is much that can be done to effectively dissolve a fraction, if not a majority, of all bullying. If societies today want to believe in the fact that they are truly open to accepting everyone, more must be done against eradicating bullying. As time passes, more and more laws are being passed that allow two people of the same sex to marry. As expected, there have been many people who are outraged towards the belief that two people, no matter how happy they are together, can marry. What makes this worse is when those who are outraged have kids that can see and learn from their them. As the kids see how their parents act towards the idea of gay marriage, it typically transitions well within the child. When this happens, kids unfortunately display the same behavior as well. According to a survey conducted by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), results have
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