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Boyfriend Stereotypes Redefined

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Boston, MA
United States
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Stood up to a bully to defend someone who later became my close friend
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I like the message that the No Evil Project is spreading


Leominster, MA
United States
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I stop as often as possible for people who's cars have broken down on the side of the road. Usually they have the situation handled but I think it helps to brighten their day knowing that there are still people out there who are willing to help. Once I was driving home at night and stopped for a guy who had just broken down. He was on his way to pick his brother up after a 3 year stint in prison when his car quit. I called him a tow truck and brought him up to the prison to pick his brother up while we waited. When I dropped them back off at the car they said they couldn't thank me enough for all the help. It made my night knowing that I could help out.


New York , NY
United States
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I volunteered for four years at my local child hospital and worked with the siblings of sick pediatric patients. Now I do work at the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester.
Why are you participating?: 

This seems like fun and is a good way to show that there are good people in the world.

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