“Today my heart broke in two. Whilst traveling on a public bus number 12 I witnessed such cruel behavior towards my three-year-old son from a very narrow-minded boy who couldn’t be much older than 13. “Unfortunately this hasn’t been the first time, and I know it won’t be the last. He’s been targeted by people of all ages. “And what for? Because he has ginger hair. My beautiful boy was told social services should have taken him away because his hair color is disgusting. “The boy then turned to his friend and said if he ever had a ginger child he would kill it. “Now my little boy is only 3 and was left very confused. I feel devastated as I to have ginger hair and no all too well what it’s like to grow up being singled out/ the target of such bullies.
“He hasn’t stopped asking me why people don’t like his hair. He asked me if I could change it for him, so people will like it. “He asked me if he could be like his brother who doesn’t have ginger hair. I can feel my heart breaking every time he asks me. My little boy looks so sad, and I want to make it better. “The reason I am trying to go public with this is because I know these cruel bullies are in the minority. I want to show my little boy that there is more good in this world than bad. “There are kind and caring not judgemental people who won’t ever single him out. “I ask you all to please share this and show my boy how beautiful he is. I want to show him the good in this world with the power of Facebook. “It isn’t okay to bully somebody for their hair color, not now. Not ever. Thank you xxx.’
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