This video explains one way to use @ Wall Watch on Facebook to help friends in need of support!
If you are an LGBT youth and you are experiencing a crisis, you are not alone. The Trevor Project can help you.
This organization focuses primarily on suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth by providing helplines if you want someone to talk to, creating an online community to share stories and ask for advice, and advocating for the LGBTQ community in public policy.
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If you’re being bullied and you’re feeling antsy about telling an adult and would prefer to talk to someone your age first, UK charity CyberMentors is a website where young people who feel bullied can talk to someone online who is of the same age and has been trained as a volunteer to help with bullying issues. Setting up an account allows you to enter a chatroom and share your issues privately with peers, with professional counselors on hand for serious matters. If you’re lucky, you might get to have a celebrity as your CyberMentor!
Here is a video that talks a lot about cyber bullying on gay people.
This a a really good websites which have a lot of information about cyberbullying. It explains what is cyberbullying, how it works, why do kids cyberbully each other, and how to prevent cyberbullying.
This websites provide up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbulling among adolescents. Drs. Hinduja and Patchin constructs researches about cyberbullying, and they would post the summaries of their researches on this websites. Also, this website provides information of events and presentations about cyberbulling in the community. People who are interested in those events can sign up on this sites. Most importantly, the readers can share their experiences of cyberbullying on this sites.
The It Gets Better project was started after a string of suicides by gay teenagers and young adults whom were bullied because of their sexuality. Using YouTube, people ranging from celebrities to government officials as well as members of the public posted clips of their stories and how they overcame the bullying and teasing and discrimination.
As Dan Savage says:
“Why are we waiting for permission to talk to these kids? We have the ability to talk directly to them right now. We don’t have to wait for permission to let them know that it gets better. We can reach these kids.”
Step 1: Locate Privacy Setting ToolBar
Click “Account” and scroll down to “Privacy Settings”
Step 2: Identify which Privacy Settings Best Suits You -
“Everyone,” “Friends,” “Friends of Friends,” or “Recommended”
Step 3: The Power to Customize – click “Customize Settings”
Control Who Sees What
Step 4: Applying Different Security Settings to the Different Modules of FB
Each Application Can Be Customized, Allow Some to View Parts of Your Profile & Block Those Bullies
Step 5: See How Your FB Looks to Others
Not Happy With the Changes? Go Back and Edit Them
Congratulations, You’re Done!
Utilize these Facebook Privacy Settings for a fun and safe social networking experience.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is a good resource for those whom have spotted potential warning signs in those whom they know. It provides suicide statistics, details the programs that are currently taking place to prevent suicide, and also provides information on how to spot suicidal tendencies in someone and what steps to take to prevent them from taking their life.