New Anti-Bullying Initiative: “If you’re going to be a bully, bully orphans”
By Steve Tobiasz
WASHINGTON – The anti-bullying group STOP IT! [Lispy] announced plans on Tuesday to launch a new campaign against bullying.
Known for speaking out against bullying back in 2007, STOP IT! is ready to launch their second campaign this time with a different message.
“We wanted to change the tone of our new campaign and give a message that speaks truth to people,” said an anonymous and daunting STOP IT! spokesman. The campaign will be themed around the core message that, if you have to, bully orphans. It is our understanding from years of research that orphans tend to take bullying easier, and let’s be honest, who are they going to tell?”
The new ads are slated to air early in December of 2012.