Hollister has teamed up with DoSomething.Org to spread positivity and to cancel bullying. Hollister and DoSomething say “Going back to school can be super exciting, but anxiety around being bullied can also make it super stressful. Want to Do Something about it? All you need are two words: High. Five.”
Instagram Influencers and YouTubers are joining this amazing initiative to help spread the word!
Trans Singer-songwriter/Actor/Activist, Ryan Cassata has partnered with Hollister Co. to help spread awareness about their new campaign to help put an end to bullying. You can check out the campaign here and you can purchase clothing here.
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#Ad From the day I started elementary school to the day I finished high school, I was bullied. For a long time it destroyed my self worth. I didn’t care about myself. I was at risk. I would come home from school crying and I wouldn’t talk to anyone. It was rough. I always wondered “why does this have to happen to me?” But now I know that all of the pain made me stronger, more empathetic, and it gave me the desire to help others through their struggles. Just hang on. I did. My struggle made me stronger. My struggle allows me to help people. People can be cruel, but I made it through school. I don’t let people talk down to me anymore and when I see someone getting bullied or harassed I speak up. I’m proud to wear @Hollister and be a #HcoPartner to help cancel bullying. I cannot wait to see the day that we live in a bullying-free world! One day! Check out my newest video on YouTube to hear more about this incredibly important campaign! We can all do our part to make this world a better place. Photo by @DavidYerbyPhoto
Also, Did you know that October 17th, 2019 is GLAAD’s Spirit Day?
“Spirit Day is a means of speaking out against LGBTQ bullying and standing with LGBTQ youth, who disproportionately face bullying and harassment because of their identities. Pledging to “go purple” on Spirit Day is a way for everyone — forward-thinking companies, global leaders, respected celebrities, neighbors, parents, classmates, and friends — to visibly show solidarity with LGBTQ youth and to take part in the largest, most visible anti-bullying campaign in the world.” – GLAAD
More info: https://www.glaad.org/spiritday