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20 Celebs Who Were Bullied

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Since the death of Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers student who committed suicide after secret footage of him performing homosexual sex acts were leaked on Twitter, even more celebrities are coming forward to talk about their own experiences with bullying. The recent string of teen suicides moved actress Brittany Snow to take action. With the help of the Jed Foundation and MTV, she started Love is Louder, a non-profit meant to draw awareness to bullying and depression. “When I was younger, I was bullied daily, and it led me to face other struggles,” she said. “I know what it’s like to feel alone and outcast.” Unfortunately, Tyler Clementi didn’t have the opportunity to gain strength and wisdom from his bullying, but we’re hoping that his untimely death will inspire more adults who survived bullying to let teens know that it gets better. [People]

After the jump, the stars who’ve talked about being bulllied.

Quickies: Rihanna Disses Katy Perry’s Music & Katherine Heigl Is A Quitter

  • Rihanna dissed her good friend Katy Perry with her “generic pop” quote. [Starpulse.com]
  • Does Don Draper‘s new secretary, Megan, want to be Peggy, Betty, or both? [TresSugar]
  • Lindsay Lohan‘s required mantra at the Betty Ford Center? “Hi. I’m Lindsay, and I am an alcoholic and a drug addict.” [Wonderwall]
  • J.Lo will be co-producing a new dramedy — that’s comedy and drama — about Latina nannies. Guess that means no Fran Drescher? [Guanabee]

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At The Boy’s Club: When Guys Mess Up A Marriage Proposal

The boys at Asylum have a tale of a wedding proposal gone awry.

“Trey Turner and Kelsey Kramer have two things in common (besides repeat initials): 1) They are madly in love, and 2) were involved in one of the most disastrous marriage proposals we’ve ever heard of.

Turner took Kramer for a stroll on the Brooklyn Bridge last week to propose.”

What happened next? Find out Keep reading »

At The Boys’ Club: What Women Want Men To Notice

According to AskMen, there are a few things women want men to notice about them.

“Unlike men who can get away with rolling out of bed, throwing on some semi-clean clothes and doing a bit of minor grooming, women spend a ton of time and money on their appearance. Sure, they dress and groom in order to feel good about themselves, but the idea of being attractive to men is never far from their minds either. Unfortunately, a lady’s efforts are too often overlooked by male admirers who may appreciate the look as a whole, but don’t notice the little things that go into it.”

What are they? Find out Keep reading »

17 Cheap Dates Men Actually Like

We here at The Frisky love a good cheap date, and so do the guys at Esquire.com. So we got together and created two great guides for cheap dates: one for women and one for men. Check out our cheap date suggestions on Esquire.com: “17 Cheap Dates That She’ll Actually Like.” As for what the Esquire.com guys say they want in a cheap date, find out after the jump. Keep reading »

Therapy For Your Pocketbook Episode 10: “Sandals, Sundresses & Silence, Please”

In the latest episode of “Therapy For Your Pocketbook,” Connie, a teacher who is stressed from trying to keep her third graders from setting their surroundings on fire, ponders what to do with some extra cash. Become an investor or a jetsetter? Finance Expert Manisha Thakor helps her find a way to do both. [Therapy For Your Pocketbook] Keep reading »

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