To let people be comfortable in who they are

To let people be comfortable in who they are

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Elsie Mitchell started this petition to British government and

I am a girl. I have short hair. Like a boy. I’m not. I don’t understand why people don’t understand that. I constantly get bullied and because I’m also trying to grow my hair out, people tell me that I should get a haircut and make fun of me because it’s at an awkward stage right now. Because of this, I feel ashamed and get really frustrated and angry at how people can be so ignorant. I just wish that people could for once realise that even though some places claim that they are equal and accepting of everyone, sometimes people are still rude and mean. I live in Brighton; one of the most famous places know for “equality” yet I still get bullied for how I appear. I am still only just confident enough to take the bus home on my own, yet I’m still not confident enough to walk down the street being proud for who I am. I’m just so scared that people will think I’m someone I’m not. 

I would for once like to change that.

please help

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