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Secret Deodorant Mean Stinks Hosts Website For Bullying Prevention Month

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Secret Deodorant has created yet a new and innovative way to help in the fight to end bullying—particularly among girls.


The new “Gang Up for Good” website at www.MeanStinks.com is filled with aggregating real-time, anti-bullying content and encouragement from across the brand’s social channels with searchable peer-to-peer advice, so it’s available to girls when they need it most.


The online hub includes a #NiceAdvice section, where girls across the country can share their experiences, offer words of encouragement, and find advice from both experts and girls just like them. ‘What Would You Do‘ scenarios are added to the site weekly that give girls the floor to share their perspective and success stories on handling bullying situations and behaviors. For easy log-in, Secret has made the real-time, interactive dashboard accessible via Twitter.


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.Secret Deodorant Mean Stinks Ambassador Demi Lovato visits the new website


“As we looked to grow the Secret Mean Stinks movement, we saw the need for a dynamic resource that offered girls tools, expert and peer advice and inspiration to turn the tide of mean behavior and help to spread kindness,” says John Sebastian, Associate Marketing Director, P&G Personal Care. [pg.com]


Some of the special features on the Secret Deodorant Mean Stinks website include #GangUpforGood challenges to inspire acts of kindness, video messages from Secret Mean Stinks ambassador Demi Lovato, advice and tips from girl relationship expert Rachel Simmons, downloadable educational kits, Mean Stinks posters, and more.


You can learn more about the Secret Deodorant Mean Stinks website and campaign and how girls and schools can get involved in the “Gang Up for Good” challenge by visiting:


  • MeanStinks.com
  • @MeanStinks on Twitter
  • Mean Stinks Facebook Page
  • Mean Stinks YouTube Channel


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that is a great campaign from Secret, I remember bullying being around when I was in elementary school many moons ago, peers sometimes can be and more or less to get a laugh from their friends, which is so not cool. I remember when I was in 7th/8th grade, the bridgeport school system created a program called Peer Mediation, so if people had issues with each other you appeared before a board of your own peers and they would try and come up with resolutions. I remember my friend being on the committee in high school but I was in… Read more »

Makeba Giles
Reply to  DjRelat7

Greetings DjRelat7! I think this is a great campaign too! You brought up a great point: back in the day, resources were so limited for kids that needed help. What I love is that nowadays, tools like Secret’s campaign has give kids access to resources and support they would not have had otherwise. Kudos to you for passing the information on to your nieces, as they can do the same among their friends! ~Thank you so much for sharing here with me! 🙂

Shelda Raymonvil

This is a great movement. I completely support anti-bullying efforts and I am definitely sharing this on my blog 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

Makeba Giles

Greetings Shelda! Yes indeed please share the information about this campaign everywhere! ~Thank you so much for sharing here with me! 🙂

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