[Content Note: Bullying; bigotry.]"If we accept Donald Trump's behavior, if we vote for him, then what exactly are we teaching our children? That it's okay to be disrespectful, racist, to make fun of disabled persons, to use vulgar language, to promote people to beat up others? In short, to be a bully."—Denise Kennedy, president of Pennsylvania State Education Association's Southeastern Region, on why members of that organization held a press conference "to condemn the bullying ways of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump," as part of National Bullying Prevention Month, marked by schools across the country every October.
Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump's remarks about her as just another blatant display of sexism and divisive language and rhetoric.
I am exactly the kind of person Donald Trump is talking about when he shrieks about imminent voter fraud.
[Content Note: Fat hatred; bullying; harassment; abuse.]"It's astonishingly rare to see a thin person intervene in the kind of commonplace bullying of fat people that happens. Even rarer to see a non-fat person say something proacti...