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A story about a young woman’s struggle with bullying Graphic Design in Australia is in the newsA 19-year-old student from the city of Sydney has launched a scathing attack on her school and community after learning about bullying in her school, her friends and the school’s teachers.
“My first year of high school, I was bullied for my looks and for being a girl,” Victoria resident Ashley Taylor told ABC News.
In her essay, entitled A Broken Promise, Ashley writes about her childhood bullying.
She wrote that she had to move away from home to escape bullying, as her mother had to leave her alone at school because she was the only child in the class.
But when she got back, she found out she was bullied at school for her gender identity.
Ashley said she was so desperate to move on with her life she decided to start taking up photography.
Her experience at school was devastating, she said.
The girl from Sydney is now planning to become a professional photographer and is using her newfound skills to inspire others.
Read more: “I am now working on a project called A Broken Promise.
I will be creating the poster that will go up in Sydney’s CBD.
We want to make a statement that bullying is not acceptable at schools.
It’s important to remember that there is a large population of people who are LGBTI who do not face bullying, but that is something that can be ignored.”
She said the posters she has created for her project will help students and their parents to understand what bullying looks like and to make sure that their own school and their community can do more to prevent it.
“The poster is about how we as a community can take care of each other, but also to stop the bullying,” she said, “and also to make the posters that we want to see visible.
Ashly says the posters will be up in the Sydney CBD from March.
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