People get ‘My Little Pony’ tattoos to combat bullying

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DENVER -- Across the country people are heading to tattoo shops to get inked with one of the characters from "My Little Pony."

It's all in an effort to combat bullying.

The story of an 11-year-old boy in North Carolina who tried to kill himself after being bullied for liking the TV show My Little Pony has spread across the nation.

People are getting tattoos to support the Michael Morones, and to make a statement to stop bullying.

A GoFundMe page has been set up for him. It has raised $70,000 so far.


1 Comment

  • Fast45

    Okay, so bullying has no place in society, BUT …

    These simpletons who are getting this stupid permanent skin etching might need a good beating or two. The silly tattoos will incite bullying, not prevent it.

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