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Britain’s Got Talent choir star opens up about homophobic cyber-bullying

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  1. The S4C TV report is online for about a month with English subtitles:

    http://dysgwyr.s4c.co.uk/clic/e_level2.shtml?series_id=510265514

  2. I’ve always thought calling verbal abuse and assault ‘bullying’ trivialises it. The perpetrators of the assaults should be arrested and punished, no more of this namby-pamby bollocks. I’m sure a few days in solitary would stop most of the evil trash that bully.

  3. Har Davids 12 Jan 2013, 8:57am

    It’s sad too many people get their jollies from putting others down. It must be tough, getting your knickers in a twist every time someone doesn’t share your interest and/or likes, and only being able to feel better by bullying and never mind the consequences for others.

  4. The thing to do when something like Facebook or Twitter starts to become a source of depression is to unsubscribe and leave. It’s amazing how quickly we take such things into our everyday routine, but they are purely optional.

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