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So as you can see, this isn't just a Scootaloo situation, most kids from middle to highschool or further are bullied while bystanders watch, this causes allot of behavioral issues through out the rest of their lives. Life becomes harder to live, they grow up constantly feeling anxious, paranoid, lost, abandon, afraid, and they feel like they do not belong. What would you do if you saw someone bullying scoots or anyone due to a handicap? Or perhaps something the people think of as a cosmetic malfunction? Race? Sex? Stick up for others and protect our bully victims!


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If I saw Scootaloo or anyone else being bullied, I would confront the tormentors and ask them how they would feel if someone said the same thing to THEM that they're calling poor Scootaloo. I'd then treat her to lunch and be her shoulder to cry on in regards to her wings being unable to continue growing, as judging by the expression on her face that's what she's being bullied about. I'd then tap my head and tell her that while my disability may not be physical, I understand her pain since, no joke, when I was 2 or 3 years old my mom took me to a bunch of yayhole "experts" who basically told my mom to her face that I would not live to be past 3 and that I wouldn't amount to anything. I sure proved them jokers wrong since I'm in my early 30's and still kicking! :D All joking aside, I would tell her to live her life the way she has been and to not give up being herself, and that while her wings may not enable her to fly later in life they're a sign that she has become a great pony in her own right though I wouldn't be opposed to telling her that if I had the power to I would fix her disability.