Over the weekend, a southern California boy became his high schools first "Transgender" homecoming queen...and the media covered from coast-to-coast. By Sunday, the opposing views came rolling in, and now the teen feels he/she is being bullied, and civil rights groups agree. While I feel bad for this individual, I told my wife when we watched the late news on Friday night, that I wondered how she would take it when those who do not feel as like her and her classmates, begin to chime in? And now we know. Her's a snippet from her/his comments in the media on what is supposedly bullying? Cassidy Lynn Campbell, 16, cried tears of joy on Friday when she won the crown at her California high school, but euphoria turned to anguish when hate-filled comments began to roll in. "I can never have something good happen to me and people just be happy for me — never," the sobbing teen said in a YouTube video posted Saturday. "I'm always judged and I'm always looked down upon." SEE:http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...oming-queen-breaks-backlash-article-1.1463948 Just like on this board, if a person is willing to stick their neck, WAY OUT ON THE LIMB, they should be strong enough to take the negative. Did this individual think that just because her/his little world of supporters made it okay? Did she/he think the world of public opinion would not be heard from? Her/his decision to do what she/he did take guts, now I say, she/he needs to stand up to the negative that was bound to come in. So my question to you is, is this bullying, or is it just the opposition voicing their views? And when does free speech become bullying?