Bullying is a huge issue in the lives of too many teens. But young people can take steps within their community by speaking up when they see a peer targeted or by contributing to organizations that already combat bullying. If a student notices that it's a widespread problem in her own community, they can crowdfund for money to set up an educational organization that spreads the word about its serious psychological effects. In order to truly address the problem of bullying, though, we must acknowledge the disproportionate experience of gay, trans-gender and queer teens who experience bullying based on sexual and gender identity. According to NoBullying.com, 82 percent of LGBT youth were bullied in the last year about their sexual orientation, and 64 percent felt unsafe at school because of it. Teens who see and experience this kind of behavior don't have to sit back and accept it. Through a crowdfunding campaign on YouCaring, a single principled teen could pave the way toward a more loving school community.