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Founded by Lillee Jean, bullyish. seeks to highlight online and in-person bullying from different perspectives: the victim themselves, and the victim(s) as a result of, by creating an awareness page.

Lillee Jean in 2020 wrote an editorial article, on Medium, as well as her main website entitled "Cyberbullying — How A Cyberstalker Built A Crumbling Lie About Me". Receiving wide recognition due to her outlook on cancel culture, hate campaigns, and how online bullying affects people, bullyish. was formed.

 

Project Bullyish can be viewed here, and, is in production. 

"When I was 15 and started posting my tutorials online, I became a target of harassment from various online platforms. It dissipated in 2019, but then that summer, [someone from Reddit], started...insane internet rumors. She built on her lies, and along the way, she picked up vulnerable adults and children to help her.

 

I have had online defamation, harassment, bullying, anti-semitism, as well as physical threats made against my life and my family’s lives. I had to become “cyber-smart” against these criminals, and the one way I have done that was to speak to people who have gone through this" 

Lillee Jean (MEDIUM INTERVIEW)

"...[they use] fake accounts, because they are afraid you might actually find them, and they would embarrass themselves and their families..."" 

Lillee Jean (MEDIUM INTERVIEW)

"I have one thing they don’t have, and that is resilience. I refuse to allow anyone to ever take “me” away." 

Lillee Jean (MEDIUM INTERVIEW)

What resources are available? What about the protective laws we think are in place? Online bullying is NOT a “victimless” crime! Federal laws must be put into place to combat this global epidemic. For fear of continued harassment, people put in this position, often become anxious, depressed, and withdrawn.

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https://www.stopbullying.gov/

Provides adults with ways to stop cyberbullying 

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https://enough.org/law_advocacy#AdvocacyLaws

Links to articles involving state laws

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https://www.internetmatters.org/issues/cyberbullying/resources/

Resources for helping children battle cyberbullying

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https://www.callersmart.com/guides/49/cyberbullying-what-is-cyberbullying-and-how-to-stop-it

state by state breakdown of laws and policies along with tips on stopping cyberbullying 

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https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

National Suicide Help Line, for those in need of help, immediately.  Please never hesitate to reach out to this lifeline. 

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https://www.internetmatters.org/issues/cyberbullying/resources/

Resources for helping children battle cyberbullying

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