Three women embark on a personal journey to come to terms with the torture they endured from "the modern-day bully" in the perspective of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights #5, Freedom From Torture.
As a child of Asian and Mexican decent, Lauren Quirarte was a victim to racist actions, slurs, comments and profiling beginning at the age of 3. She gains effortless revenge with the mere fact that her ethnic looks are coveted in the modeling industry, and utilizes her beauty to her advantage. "Lisa" Stalcup fell victim to domestic violence when her long time boyfriend began establishing ill behavior as the norm beginning in her mid-teenage years. Silently suffering form the severity of the physical and verbal abuse, Lisa felt an overwhelming sense of helplessness, and makes one of hardest decisions of her life...leaving him for good. Mary-Kate FitzPatrick appears to be living in a perfect world in college; joining eleven clubs, serving as a member on student government, and competing in beauty pageants, her biggest competition becomes simply surviving the school day. After receiving threats, property damage, and defamation on social media, Mary-Kate implements a "no tolerance policy"...Written by