Labels Are 4 Food Not 4 People! Gary Levy Stomp’s Out Stigmatism
October 23, 2018
Gary Levy, Toronto Canadian Television Personality, speaks out on Stomp Out Stigmatism.
I get put into a box every single day and it is hard on you, says Gary.
Gary Levy was the true star of Big Brother Canada season one. He entered the Big Brother Canada house as the fashion assistant from Toronto who described himself as being funky, outgoing, and fabulous, but when the show was over, he left a huge impression not only on his house guests, but the nation.
We are honored, Gary Levy and celebrities from all over the world, support and relate to our vision. Poverty, Bullying, Violence, Racism and Stigmatism affect everyone on one level or another. StopmpOut(C) impacts literally thousands of youth, raise awareness while we stand up for what is right and stomp out what is wrong!
It is sad that Stigma made the, “ism” says Jessica and to some the word may even look different. But we cannot take the credit for making a new word lol, By putting the word out there does raise awareness and starts conversations and that’s our goal.”
To fast forward, Gary became the co-host of Big Brother Canada Side Show and continues to keep things entertaining and fun. Gary also speaks with youth on the importance of following their dreams, self-expression and how to deal with bullying.
I choose to be who I am, how I feel every day and I express myself truly.
Youth don’t feel pressure to put yourself into a label
Today, Gary is one of Canada’s soughs after TV personalities. We at =ITY – Inspiring Today’s Youth Society and Teens Now Talk are excited to share our great new with you!
Gary Levy will be our host for the upcoming Comfy Couch Conversations show. The C.C.C. show is where youth, guest celebrities, organization, performers and more.
Come together on our Comfy Couch to communicate and connect with today’s youth. Speak on issues affecting their personal, social, psychological, educational and vocational success level. While showcasing the solutions required to stomp out these issues.
I am so excited to be coming back to Halifax and once again, working with Ms. Jessica Bowden M.S.M. on this awesome show. Jessica’s connection with youth is unprecedented. This will be one show to watch!
Until we meet again, remember…
…Labels are for food not for people!