Are Redheads more prone to Bullying? NoBullying Article Released Today

London, UK (PRWEB) December 15, 2014

With red haired people thought to be an obvious minority worldwide, the world is now only beginning to take note of the bullying of redheads or ginger haired people. NoBullying attempts to understand the phenomena of bullying redheads in an article released today.

According to this article, published by the BBC in August 2014, Shows such as South Park have triggered a significant increase in bullying against people with red hair. In one of their episodes they created a holiday called Kick a Ginger Day. This was essentially a holiday where physical abuse against red heads was tolerated because redheads have no soul. Even though most adults can look at this and understand that this is simply comedy meant to poke fun at the ridiculous thought process behind bullying, it has actually started to turn this into a real issue as many younger viewers did not understand this and went on to bully their red haired classmates.

The source article also alludes to the ongoing estimation that almost half of all women with red hair will face bullying or discrimination at some point in their life due to their red hair, ginger haired women tend to face sexual innuendo or insulting derogatory statements about their red hair.

The best way for schools to handle bullying behavior is to confront it head on. By getting everyone involved in taking a stand against bullying and shaming, schools have a better chance of minimizing this abusive behavior on their campus. As adults, teachers, parents and school staff need to lead the way in demonstrating an acceptance of all students in their classrooms, regardless of differences in appearance, race, nationality or physical and mental abilities. Even friendly teasing of students with red hair needs to stop. Teachers who tease their students pave the way for bullies to pick up where they leave off. By treating all children the same, teachers send the signal that everyone is accepted for who they are.

Students can do their part to stop redhead bullying by befriending redheaded students and making them feel welcomed in class and social activities. All students need to feel like they belong. By accepting redheads into their circle of friends and standing up against abusive behavior, students can help break the bullying cycle. Less bullying makes for a more inspiring school environment thats conducive to learning.

Ciaran Connolly, Co Founder of NoBullying says We hear from parents of bullied red haired children that it seems logical to get the children to change their hair color to avoid bullying, making changes about your appearance wont solve any bullying problem.

He elaborates Bullies use physical appearance as an excuse to bully others, if the victim changes a physical aspect the bully will find something else to use as a reason for bullying, it is an ongoing circle of aggression that can only be broken with kindness, education and strict anti bullying policies.

He added that parents and teachers should make a point to educate the younger generations about the sad outcome of neglecting online safety and photos safety. According to Connolly, it is quite imperative to press for more firm laws condemning all acts of bullying and harassment.

NoBullying.com features many pages dedicated to parents, teens, teachers, health professionals as well as posts related to cyber safety and the latest news about law making concerning curbing Bullying worldwide as well as inspirational Bullying Poems and famous Bullying Quotes.

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Here Are the Best Dressed Stars, Constant Red Carpet Winners of 2014

by Nicole Adlman Tue., Dec. 16, 2014 8:00 AM PST

If there was ever a time to overuse the word “chic,” this would be it.

Our style stars showed out on the red carpets and in the streets this year looking better than ever, but we’ve narrowed the list down to four leading ladies whose sartorial choices really turned our heads (or, in some cases, unhinged our jaws). That’s right: These gals owned their looks whether daytime casual or red carpet-ready, and continually surprised us with unique takes on classic closet staples.

Read on for our picks of the best dressed stars in 2014!

PHOTOS: Celebrity street style

Emma Stone “I’ve always admiredThe Amazing Spider-Manactress’ red carpet style, but in 2014 I became president of her fashion fan club when she stepped out in ensembles like this yellow Versace dress, pink Thakoon number and a seriously swoon-worthy Valentino gown. This year Emma proved once and for all that there is no color or silhouette she can’t pull off.” Cinya Burton, Senior Editor

PHOTOS: The 2014 British Fashion Awards

Emma Watson “When it comes to effortless class, we could all take a lesson from Miss Watson. I am so in love with her understated elegance and wonderful knack for hitting the right style note, no matter what the occasion. From this oh so simple yet still totally stunning Ralph Lauren Collection white gown, to a contemporary take on classic tailoring in Saint Laurent, Emma has emerged as a style icon for the modern minimalists.” Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

PHOTOS: Blake Lively’s pregnancy style

Blake Lively “Reasons to worship Blake Lively? She’s Blake Lively. Since her Gossip Girl days, she’s been a consistent member of best-dressed lists everywhere. But this year especially, the blond beauty stepped up her red carpet game like never before. She turned the Cannes International Film Festival into her own personal runway with one drool-worthy look after the next, wearing stunning Gucci gowns and a glittering Chanel Couture halter dress. Safe to say, Blake’s a true Queen B of all things glamorous.” Lindsey Sirera, Intern

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Clifford the Big Red Dog creator dies at 86

EDGARTOWN, Mass. Norman Bridwell, whose impromptu story about a girl and her puppy marked the unlikely birth of the supersized franchise Clifford the Big Red Dog, has died at 86.

Starting in 1963, Bridwell wrote and illustrated more than 40 Clifford books. Two more are to be released next year, Scholastic said in a statement.

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