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Bullied teen uses selfie stick to create powerful PSA, and more from 5 LittleThings TODAY

Millions of kids are bullied every single day. One 14-year-old teen took a different approach to speak out about it. shares his story and others.
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One 14-year-old teen decided to take a different approach to speak out about bullying. is sharing his powerful and story and other inspiring ones.

1. Bullied teen boy creates powerful PSA using a selfie stick

Millions of kids are bullied every single day. Ryan Wiggins is one of them. The 14-year-old teen from Hertfordshire, Britain, suffers from Asperger’s syndrome. Kids at school are merciless, labeling him “nerdy” and “gay.” Ryan could either suffer in silence or speak out — and he chose the latter. In the short film “Tomorrow,” Ryan takes us through a typical day.

2. The incredible transformation of Barbie from 1959 to today

The Barbie doll has been a childhood staple across the globe for the past 60 years. Scroll though below to see just how Barbie became one of one of the world’s most beloved toys.

Barbie Video Girl Doll is shown at the American International Toy Fair, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010, in New York. The doll, which is to retail for $50 beginning in July, has a video camera built-in to her necklace and an LCD video screen in her back. Barbie has a USB port in her back so you can playback the video on a computer or TV. For the first time in 56 years, Barbie will be able to wear flats.Mark Lennihan / AP

3. Artist creates stunning sculptures using nothing but snow

Take a look at several types of majestic snow sculptures that have been crafted by crazy talented people — some anonymous and some sought after around the world.

Bartz Snow Sculptures/ Facebook

4. Bake a cake with frosting in every bite

In an exclusive video below, learn how make this delectable red velvet dessert in just a few easy steps — all from using store-bought cake mix.


5. Seven ways to help stray or feral cats survive the winter

With just a few simple tips, and some diligence, you can help a cat survive the winter — and you don’t even have to be a cat person!