The Sydney Morning Herald has a new story on the sports fan who found herself in the cross hairs of an anti-bullying campaign.
The story, titled The Great Game, follows a young woman named Chloe who became engaged to a hockey player.
But Chloe’s engagement is soon called into question by an anti, anti-social justice campaigner named Chris, who is trying to silence her.
Chloe is forced to choose between her relationship with the hockey player and her life in the community, but she can’t resist the urge to tell her story.
Chloe says her relationship started out “pretty great” and that she enjoyed playing hockey with Chris.
“But after two years of trying to live with Chris I realised that I couldn’t be who I was without Chris,” Chloe told the Herald.
“Chris would always tell me I was too skinny and that I should lose weight.
And that was the start of a vicious cycle of bullying and abuse that ended up costing me my life.”
Chloe has since found herself on the receiving end of a barrage of abuse online, with Chris harassing her with “hate mail”.
Chloe said she’s been told her relationship is the reason she lost her virginity, and she feels she’s in a situation where her life could be “torn apart”.
Chris, meanwhile, has been telling Chloe’s friends that he was going to “blow her” to “get back at me”.
“I have had to go through a lot of therapy, a lot, a huge amount of counselling and it has been very hard for me,” Chloe said.
I’ve had to put myself in such terrible situations to try and understand why Chris is saying things like that to me.””
It has completely destroyed my life.
I’ve had to put myself in such terrible situations to try and understand why Chris is saying things like that to me.”
And then I’ve been told it’s because I’m fat.
And it’s not because of my weight.
“Chloe said that she was also receiving a lot in the way of support online from people who knew her.
“And it’s all been positive.” “
There’s so much support out there, it’s amazing,” Chloe explained.
“And it’s all been positive.”
But Chloe is concerned about the impact her relationship has had on her mental health.
“One of the things I think has been really hard for the most part for me is that I feel like it’s a negative experience that I’m having,” Chloe admitted.
It’s just that I don’t feel safe anymore.” “
If Chris were still around, I feel that I would still be feeling this way.
It’s just that I don’t feel safe anymore.”
Chloe’s story is one of many stories from young people across Australia who have come out as sports fans and social justice advocates.
The sportswear retailer Ralph Lauren, the ABC, and sports radio station The Score have all featured stories from athletes in recent months.
The AFL, Australian Rules Football Association and the National Rugby League have all reported on the issues facing young sports fans.
The Hockey Australia’s social justice coordinator, Andrew Higgs, has also spoken out about the issue.
In a speech at the Australian Sports Awards, he said there were “some pretty serious issues” at play.
“These young people are living a lot harder lives than their parents and grandparents,” he said.
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