This blog post will be compeletely in english, because all finns know already what I'm going to talk about.
It all started when I was in secondary school, there was this one kid who called me 'boobsie', every god damn single day. I hated it. I didn't think it was bullying back then but what it left inside of me, now I know it was.
I don't have any bad feelings towards to that person, but it left scars.
Reason why this person called me that was because, yes I know - my boobs aren't that small. Never been. And because I was probably only one who owned boobs in 8th grade, I was the mark.
Nowadays I have hard time to choose what to wear, because of boobs.
I have a bad self-esteem, because of boobs.
Boobs, boobs, boobs.
Yes of course, every single girl have boobs. Me too. It's normal.
Reason why I'm telling you all this is that we can make this worldwide, one more worldwide campaign against bullying. It started by Suomen lukiolaisten liitto, no, actually Juho Räty started it by defending this one bullied kid in the bus, sharing the story of it in Facebook and then everyone started sharing things in Instagram and Twitter with #kutsumua about themselves.
Bullying isn't funny, it doesn't do anything else than hurt other people, and that's why I'm challenging every single one who reads this.
Write down a word someone has ever called you, cross it out and write under it what do you want people to call you.
Then share it in Instagram, Facebook or Twitter using hashtag #kutsumua , it can seem a bit hard to write, but it's worth to try! There's also english version #callmethis
You can add story behind of it, but it's not necessary.
Let's show all together that we are not what they say we are, we are what we want to be, let's stop bullying together.