You Can Help Secret & Demi Lovato End Girl-to-Girl Bullying!
With everyone going back to school soon Secret Mean Stinks program is a great program to become aware of. Secret is trying put an end to girl-to-girl bullying with Secret’s Mean Stinks program! The program has been partnering with celebs to spread the message like Demi Lovato, teen queen Zendaya and I Am That Girl’s Alexis Jones. To date, Mean Stinks has connected with more than 1.5 million girls. People can also get involved online with the “Girls Guide to End Bullying,” a web-based interactive curriculum proven to decrease the experiences of being bullied by educating audience who are affected by it most. This teaches girls to stand up to bullying in fun ways, as well as to share their own success stories. This is a amazing program to help combat a growing problem in our country.
Secret has some great products to go along with the program. There is the Secret Mean Stinks Fearlessly Fresh Body Spray, this comes in a convenient travel size with a locking top great to carry in a purse or backpack for refreshing spays. It has a fruity, floral scent to keep you “Fearlessly Fresh”! They also have The Secret Mean Stinks Fearlessly Fresh Clinical Strength Smooth Solid this has a nice smell to it like the body spray with prescription strength wetness protection and pH balanced to work with changing body chemistry. Then they have the Secret Clinical Strength Mean Stinks Advanced Solid Fearless Fresh Sent this has odor fighting capsules that absorb odor and release the scent all day to keep you smelling fresh and will also work with pH to balance and work with a changing body chemistry.
I highly recommend checking out these great products as well as getting yourself or kids involved in Mean Stinks! Secret Mean Stinks inspired girls to “Gang Up for Good” by creating 1.3 million acts of “good.” Girls were encouraged to take a proactive role in standing up to bullying and sharing their #NiceAdvice with each other via social media. Thousands of girls across the county took “blue pinky swears” as a visual reminder and a call-to-action to keep it a “drama free school year.” For more information about Mean Stinks, including the various ways girls and schools can get involved and “Gang Up for Good” to end mean behavior, join the conversation on Twitter@MeanStinks and visit the Secret Mean Stinks Facebook experience.
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