This just breaks our hearts.
Watching eighth grader Alye Pollack's anti-bullying video (above) is both inspiring and moving.
Alye created a video that explains how she is tormented at school every single day. Her fellow classmates use hateful words such as "bit*h," "whore," "ugly," "f*g" and more.
She's even revealed in her video that she has thought about cutting herself.
Since she uploaded her video on YouTube, her message has gone viral with over 200,000 hits.
In a recent television interview, Alye has shared what people have said to her since uploading her video. She says:
"I've had a lot of people come up to me and say, 'I know not to say bad things. I think before I say something.' And that's just amazing, because [they] actually are being affected by my video."
Whether it's hurtful words or violence, hate is not the answer.
We commend Alye for being so brave and telling the world about her experience.