Ellen talked to two parents featured in the new documentary, "Bully." You can watch the trailer for the film here.

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Edith Keeler
340 days ago

Hello Ellen,

I am a huge fan of yours. Thanks for all the laughs.
Edith Keeler

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387 days ago

dear ellen,

i am a girl from kuwait i am 12 years old. I was always called a boy by boys and girls in my class and every where cause i played soccer and didn't like what most girls like, for example make up and other stuff like shopping. And also i am a huge travis Pastrana fan and a huge dirt bike lover i am trying to get me a dirt bike, so for all those reason i have mean bullied around for the past 9 years. Last tie i was called a boy was yesterday by a friend of mine when i wanted to play pool or billiards. I am hoping to show the world that a women can do what ever a man can do and that is because we are all humans and god made us the same there is no defferance between a gay boy or a lezbian or a boy or a girl or even a both sexed body.

All i mean is people should judge people by there character because if they don't know us then they are NEVER supposed to say anything that will hurt the person.

I mean not get hurt on the out side but i have billions of wounds in my heart and on the inside; coming every day from school crying cause someone stupid called you a name or hurt you or even embarrass you its time for us to show them who we are!

I am one of the most confident and brave girl i know i stand up to people i don't know or don't like i stand up for my friends and for my self but being brave doesn't mean not crying or not getting hurt it means you can stand after being beat to the ground in my way brave means having courage to do what you want and feeling embarrassed why because the people around you know don't know you and they might not know you far as long as you live.

All i want is for bullying to stop and for those bullies out there one day its time for us the people getting bullied to show you who is strong and brave.

In a bullies perspective i think they think brave means beating up people and being mean to others but brave means having the courage to stand up for those who are bullies.

But life isn't perfect so you never know when you have the opertunity to stand up to a bullied person...... Always keep your eyes open that day might be tomorrow!

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Bonnie Jean Smith
652 days ago

I took my youngest son to see the preview of this film. He turned to me and said,"Mom, I am not alone!" It was the first break through for me to find out what has been happening to him. Thank you for this film!!! Thank you I believe you saved my son's life.

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