Glass Beach, California – The Dump You’ll Want to Visit
Eventually, California realized that dumping automobiles, appliances, toxic substances and razor sharp shards of glass into the water was probably a bad idea, and looked elsewhere for a dumping site. The beaches under the cliffs…
Remember that girl in pink who danced awkwardly in Rebecca Black’s infamous Friday video? She hopes you do.
Her name is Benni Cinkle, and after she was bullied online for her dancing in Friday, she started efforts to help others who experience bullying and depression. She’s put together a guide to “surviving the Internet” and her foundation/web site, thatgirlinpink.org, lists resources for kids who need help. Her single “Can You See Me Now?” addresses these issues too, especially in the hard-hitting video (laden with trigger warnings for self-harm, eating disorders, abuse and bullying, so watch at your own risk).
The Advocate.com article linked above gives you more information about her budding pop career, plus information about up-and-coming singer Holly Elle, another younger artist hoping to raise awareness of LGBT issues like bullying.
And they say something’s wrong with our generation.