michael morones

So any regular reader of the Diary knows Vivian and I have a complicated relationship. She brings so much happiness to Jeff, and I love Jeff with all my heart, so by default I love Vivian. However Vivian the character is a completely different story.
The story of Michael Morones, an 11-year-old boy from North Carolina who attempted suicide in January because he was bullied over his love of My Little Pony, has touched so many people.
At the end of this month, the Von Bs are joining forces with several friends and businesses for an event to benefit Michael Morones, the 11-year-old My Little Pony fan who was bullied so severely that he attempted suicide. All the planning has gotten me thinking about bullying and how it has affected me personally.
Michael Morones was bullied for his love of 'My Little Pony' when he attempted to take his life on Jan. 23rd. And in order to help prevent cases like this one from happening again, the Broadway Battles Bullies Concert will honor Michael today.
Some of Broadway's most beloved voices will harmonize in honor of an 11-year-old North Carolina boy who attempted suicide
The boy has since gained support around the Internet. A North Carolina mother says her 9-year-old son was told he couldn't
WFSB 3 Connecticut One man, who chose not to be identified, told WFSB he was planning to get a "My Little Pony" tattoo at
In the last week there have been two significant news stories that have unearthed some difficult truths about the persistence of the gender problem in American society. Both of them center on a boy called Michael.
Many of the participants offered incredible words of support when submitting their work, which has thus far included visual
In the two weeks since 11-year-old Michael Morones attempted to take his own life by hanging, potentially leaving him severely brain damaged, his parents are trying to sort out what happened and where to go from here.
"He's the kid that never walks. He dances everywhere," Morones' mother, Tiffany Morones-Suttle, told reporters. "He's so