'Why I've launched an autism anti-bullying awareness campaign'

For the past 10 years, I've been a prominent autism campaigner. From being a child, then a teenager and, even now at 38-years-old, I've been a victim of bullying, including cyber bullying. My experience has now become so severe that I've received death threats from Europe.

That's why I've recently launched an anti-bullying campaign focusing on people with autism, which is being supported by various high profile celebrities who support my cause, including Ricky Gervais and Katie Price.

I'm asking people to sign my petition to help make changes to the law here in the UK so then we can take the campaign global to ensure law changes across the world are introduced to support people with autism internationally. The Law around bullying needs to change, both here in the UK and internationally, whether it's bullying in the workplace, education or online.

Cyber bullying is one of the most horrendous things I have ever experienced. Bullying is with you 24/7 and it totally consumes your life. I know, I have been there and been a victim.

I have recently received a huge amount of support from celebrities via my twitter account and have received thousands of messages from people about bullying. I want take the campaign nationally to make the government take notice and have the law on UK hate crime for vulnerable people especially autism changed. They have laws in the USA on bullying and I want them here now to protect people with autism.

To support my campaign and sign my petition please click here


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