'My Little Pony' tattoos help in fight against bullying

LEESVILLE -- A little pony is making a big difference when it comes to bullying.
All over the U.S., people are getting "My Little Pony" tattoos to make a statement against hate.
The effort began after 11-year-old Michael Morones, of North Carolina, attempted suicide after he was bullied for being a fan of "My Little Pony."
Revolution Ink, of Leesville, has teamed with Tony Wayne, of Imperial Tattoo Company, in Sugarland, Texas, to help raise funds for Morones' recovery.
Revolution Ink artists are doing $50 "My Little Pony" tattoos with a portion of the proceeds going to Morones.
They come in all different styles and colors, and can be personalized.
Artists say they've had many people -- old and young -- get tattooed for the cause.
We'll have more on Thursday.
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