The Big Giraffehttp://windriderforum.org/WindriderFolder/TheLastWord.jpg
I feel bad for those kids in the U.S who are being bullied and have committed suicide. I've been through that (bullied for religion for a long time and then for being labeled a lesbian) so there's no real way to solve anything unless you talk. I think there's a few movies I like that get down to a few things that they don't teach in school, The Breakfast Club comical and making commentary on High School labels. Then there's The Last Word which talks about suicide, Reign Over Me is also a good one about a man losing his family to 911 attacks. There's also In & Out which is about a teacher questioning his sexuality after a former students comments at the Academy awards (done by Frank Oz, Yoda! I love that guy).
I really loves those movies (I like ones that are realistic in their messages whether the actual setting or events occurring in the film are plausible, ex. fantasy or sci-fiction). There's lots of movies that I could list but those are the ones I think are really good to watch. People don't talk about things (or maybe it is the community or family I live in that no one talks about anything). Anyway I am visual person and learn from seeing.
Overall I'm okay now, it's just one of the things about being me that I accept. People are really not meant to be left to themselves and/or to deal with people who are just negatives influences on their lives. That's how people end up with lots of problems.
Anyway I recommend those movies if you've never watched them, well written and great messages and there's humor in it, promise it's not all sad. :) For example, the giraffe. :D