An Important Cause We Support

I've experienced and witnessed more cyberbullying and harassment than I care to recall. Cyberbullying thrives on status and approval and I believe the bullies will stop when social rejection of cyberbullying becomes so widepread that they no longer have anything to gain. This means ignoring online bullying and trolls while raising awareness that online bullying reflects weak social status!

Through your support and your orders, we are able to give away a portion of our profits to The Cybersmile Foundation.

The Cybersmile Foundation focuses on promoting kindness, diversity and inclusion by building a safer, more positive digital community around the world.

By purchasing our products, you are not only taking steps to embrace the Freakin' Life vibe that encourages positive self-expression and embraces community + connection..

...but you're also helping everyone realize their true potential by supporting those affected by cyberbullying and harassment, changing negative behaviors, and through education- preparing our and future generations for a safe and positive digital future.

So thank you for playing a meaningful role in making the world a better place!!


Mia :)

Freakin' Life Gives Back

We want to help build a more positive digital community. That's why we donate a portion of our proceeds to The Cybersmile Foundation, to help them tackle all forms of abuse and bullying online.

With your help, we can support the Foundation in reducing incidents of cyberbullying and provide education, help, and support services to children and adults around the world.

The Facts About Online Harassment:

In a national report exploring the prevalence and emotional impact of identity-based cyberbullying on Gen Z in the U.S.:

- 62% of respondents ages 16-24 have been bullied online

- 87% have seen someone bullied online

- 78% have seen someone bullied online for their racial or ethnic identity

- 77% have seen someone bullied online for their gender identity

- 74% have seen someone bullied online for their physical or mental ableness

- 74% have seen someone bullied online for expressing their individuality or identity

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