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My boyfriend is going through a hard time right now. In most of his classes he is being bullied. Now normally he either flips them off or punches them, but he told me that he couldn't this time. When I asked him why he explained to me that these bullies are females (Who have older brothers). If he tries to defend himself by saying something to them, they cry to their older brothers and then he gets threatened by the older brothers. I've tried to explain to him to just ignore them, but lately it's been getting worse. He is now getting made fun of for even reading in class. The teachers have noticed and have moved these girls away but it didn't help at all. What advice can I give him so he doesn't have to fear coming to school?
helpmelovesick helpmelovesick 18-21, F 11 Answers Jan 18 in Dating & Relationships

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He needs to tell his parents. They need to get involved. It's their responsibility to make sure their son is safe and doing well in school.<br />
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Encourage him to talk to them. Hopefully, they'll do their "job" and get involved in this with the school. Sadly, sometimes school personnel don't take this stuff very seriously.

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If I were you, I would make an appointment with the principal, and then I would tell him/her the situation. It could be that the teachers are not doing all that they can do. Apparently, no one has approached their parents or taken the appropriate action.

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Take ninja lessions and beat the crap out of his bullies. Then dress him up in a skirt and blouse. Maybe they wont hit a sister!!!

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LOL!... nice

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Try to talk to someone higher in the education system, like a principal or an assistant principal, it is their duty to see to it that their students are protected from the dangers of the outside world as well as the danger from themselves<br />
You can try to get them transferred to another class or at the very least in some forme of trouble<br />
I would not recommend that you do not step into this and be known of your actions as it will only make things worse

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I was bullied non-stop in junior high and high school. I want your boyfriend to know he's not alone, he's not the one with the problem, and he should go directly to the principal and demand that disciplinary action be taken against these students, and if this is not resolved within two weeks time, he will seek a hearing from the school board, and even go as far as to initiate a civil complaint against the school for failure to keep him from bullying in school. It is the school's responsibility to protect ALL students from harrassment and bullying; if they will not , or cannot do that, that legal action must be taken.

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Teenagers are always afraid to get their parents involved for a few reasons, but it's the best thing to do. Don't hide what's happening, bring it out so they can handle it. The worst thing is for the bullying to pop up to them someday and have the say it's the first they've heard of it.

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BarbIsMe is right on target. He needs to talk to his parents so they can get the school to deal with it.

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Bullies feed off the reaction. He needs to act unaffected, neither fearful nor angry. Amused is even better, but that's difficult to master.<br />
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Basically he needs to treat these bullies as if they are timewasters.

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That's the thing, he doesn't even react. Everyone else in the room reacts but not him. Most of the time me and him text or he is blasting music in his ears and reading

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That's his way of protecting himself. He's most likely hurting inside. So keep it up for your bf you're such a good person!

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There's something your boyfriend isn't telling you.

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Grow some B@llz

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