The “Bull” stops here

We hear and see a lot about bullying these days, though, unfortunately, most of it is extremely negative. Today we bring you a good news story, courtesy of Today: Moms.

Tyler Gregory and Scott Hannah have become spokesmen of the Great American No Bull Challenge. They produced an anti-bullying video after hearing of 14-year-old New York boy, Jamey Rodemeyer, who committed suicide after being bullied and Gregory’s own experience of being a bully.

Congratulations to these two boys for this, and being brave enough to do the right thing, even in the face of the criticism I’m sure they get from their peers. Hopefully they will be able persuade others to do the same and help put an end to bullying.

You can read the original story on Today: Moms here.

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About Brandon P. Duncan

Brandon is a father, husband, and US Soldier. He can sometimes be found building (literally) his woodworking skills, drawing crappy cartoons, or writing on one of his numerous book projects.

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