Hi, my name is Claire. I've been a bully victim for several years even when I was in kindergarten. I also get a lot of racist comments because I'm Asian. I was never really accepted when I was a child. I was always left out because I was different. Today I am in the 7th grade. People have such foul language at my school. I am constantly being called a "chink", "stupid Asian", "Asian b*tch. I've told my school counselor. It's not like they don't try, it's just that it never stops. I'm almost on edge. All I want is one true friend. this girl absolutely hates me. I don't know why. everyday I go to school in fear of what they are going to say today. I am not hurt physically, but mentally. It hurts just the same. I used to have a boyfriend. He was the nice loving type of guy. Then he turned into a complete jerk. He started texting me nasty things. He said that he bought a strawberry colored condom for me. He also asked me if I would give him a blowjob if we were alone. I broke up with him. He then later on told all of his friends that I was the one who texted him that. Guess who they believed? Not me of course, who would ever believe that stupid Asian? As if my life didn't already suck. Then Olivia started to date my ex. She would always call me racist names. Push me around. Then she somehow made everyone hate me. Mary the other girl would always tell me to "go away", "nobody likes you", "stupid chink", "shut up". No one will help. No one will listen. Today I was in the hallway after school and I was going to the gym to practice my basketball dribbling and shooting. Mary kept on telling me to go away and that nobody likes you. I finally snapped. I said you know what stupid B*tch you need to shut your f*cking mouth. Then she said that she was just joking and that I was overreacting. Then explain to me, why am I the most hated girl in our grade? Why do you keep constantly pushing me around making me feel pain day after day after day? Tell me why it never ends.
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