For Anti-Bullying Week 2020, SCREENSHOT is supporting the anti-bullying charity Ditch The Label in its mission to raise awareness of the consequences of bullying and online abuse through our campaign Not Just a Comment. SCREENSHOT partnered with six inspiring advocates standing up against online abuse by asking them to share with you the comments they receive and together raise awareness of the impact these comments can have.
It is time we tackle online abuse, because whether it was just for lols or actual hate, a comment is not just a comment. We invite you to share on social media a picture or a video and tell us in the caption the meanest comment you’ve received. Use the hashtag #NotJustAComment and we will feature your post on this page.
Read the facts, hear the comments, share with anyone who you think might be suffering from bullying and donate if you can to help support the incredible work Ditch The Label is doing. #NotJustAComment
Don’t get us wrong, we love the internet, especially social media. Just like you, we can spend hours scrolling through funny videos and inspirational posts. However, with the rise of social media platforms comes an increase in online bullying, and something needs to be done to stop it.
That’s why, for Anti-Bullying Week 2020, SCREENSHOT is supporting the anti-bullying charity Ditch The Label in its mission to tackle online abuse.
Our Not Just a Comment campaign features 6 inspiring change makers who know first hand what it’s like to receive hate online. They shared with us the worst comments they’ve ever received as they come together to highlight the impact that words can have on each and every one of us.
WITH: SOPHIA HADJIPANTELI, ZAIN SHAH, HARNAAM KAUR, JENNIFER MCKING, SUEDE BROOKS AND JOSH MOORE
Sophia Hadjipaneteli is a Cypriot-Greek-British model and activist who grew up between the UK and the US.
As the founder of the #UnibrowMovement, she has become an advocate and activist for unconventional beauty, with the mission to encourage more comprehensive beauty standards and normalise what society pressures us to hide or fix.
Zain Shah is a British South Asian, gender non-conforming makeup artist.
Shah is fighting toxic masculinity and the idea of what men should look like through incredible makeup looks. "I'm sick of being put in a box because of my race, religion, and sexual preference."
Image courtesy of @ciaran.christopher
Harnaam Kaur is an English social media influencer, post partum coach, life coach, and motivational speaker.
After being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that means she has more testosterone than most women, which is what causes hair to grow on her face, Kaur took to social media to tackle society’s beauty standards.
Celebrity stylist and designer Jennifer McKing has captivated audiences with her boundary-pushing fashion sense, mastered the digital world with her thrill-seeking and skateboarding lifestyle and has quickly become the muse for brands covering fashion and lifestyle brands.
But being London's newest it-girl means she knows one thing or two about online bullying...
Suede Brooks first found refuge in the YouTube community when, aged 12, she became the target of bullying in school. Brooks created her own YouTube channel as a coping mechanism and started making videos focused on her love for makeup and fashion.
Now, she has cemented her status as an in-demand personality in the fashion and beauty communities.
Josh Moore is an adult film actor who celebrates his sexuality and identity both on screen and in real life.
As an OnlyFans creator, he stands up for sex workers’ rights while challenging stigmas surrounding HIV.
Moore has perfected the art of ignoring haters and carrying on being his fabulous self by always speaking up.
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