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Amanda Todd – The Story Of A 15 Year Old Teen Girl Who Committed Suicide:
Last Wednesday a teenaged girl named Amanda Todd, 15 years old, committed suicide after a year long conflict with bullies. Her untimely death is something we all are to blame for. While we were all going about our lives, she was going through hell. Why wasn’t something done? Who would be to blame? What could have already been done? What’ll we do now?
I view this mp4 and am enraged at all the hate in this world of ours and for what? Why are we so cruel and why can’t we all take a minute to feel? Pain does not simply occur. It is the immediate consequence of activity!
The kids who tormented her for apparently showing her breasts – Where are they now? Are they proud of what they did? And how about their parents? Are they proud of their children? Is this the way they raised them?
When a life is cut down in such harshness we instantaneously search for someone to blame. As if to be able to point a finger and say “There’s the problem. It is them that are behind this”.
But in reality, married nudists ‘re all responsible. This society that we create it condemns an innocent kid for simply being standard and inquisitive. The problem is with us. With all of us!
Where were ?
People who do the intimidation are not the only ones that should be punished. What about those people who are too scared to take a stand and do what is right? How about the innumerable people that could step in at any time along the way, but don’t? Should we blame the parents and educators whose occupation it’s to instruct?
It’s so simple to blame others. But blame will not bring this beautiful child back, nor will it stop future atrocities!
So what can we do? Just how can we prevent this from occurring again? It’s occurring now in schools, residences and places of business all around the globe. We all see it, but how many folks can really say that we attempted to stop it?
I started FKK two years ago because I felt that the naturist movement should be more about the folks and less about the nudity. For me, the movement should be about teaching people about feelings, emotions, recognition, understanding and sensitivity. Now more than ever I feel as though there is certainly an imminent need to break through.
We’re all insecure, frightened, anxious and in search of a safe area where we can be who we are. What we say or think means nothing without activity, and it is our regular activities that define who we are!

I ‘m outraged that this wonderful soul lived on the same earth as me, and yet her section of earth was nightmare. I can not help but feel responsible, every time something like this happens.
So from this day forward I beg of us I beg of each and every one among us to have the courage to stand up for those who can not and to fight against the darkness that lives among us. Innocence is the essence of mankind and is something which must be cherished and nurtured.
Let us stop judging and start listening, let us do instead of expectation and let’s begin adopting the items that make us all unique.
Amanda Todd was 15 years old and a victim of our own society’s preoccupation with sex, the body and our egotism. We can’t bring her back, but we can be there for others who want us.
Take the time to listen. Take the time to learn. If you see that someone is sad, worried or demands company subsequently get up and do something.
Amanda Todd made this movie about a month before she died. We could have done something.
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