Obviously this can go very badly, very quickly.
The authorities call it "Bracket Style Ranking System" and it can be very damaging to a girl's sense of worth to be so callously objectified and abused.
According to Fox.59.com, Zionsville senior Grace Labuzan said,
“A lot of girls were offended by this. I don`t know how they find it a joke. I`ve been bullied before, I want to speak out for those that are too afraid or too quiet to speak out against it because it is wrong."
Parents and educators, this is just the latest cyberbullying tactic that is essentially war on women and girls. Learn how to identify it, then learn how to fight it.
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