Destiny Benedict is an entertainer, women’s rights activist, and mental health advocate who considers themselves non-binary. They want people of all genders to feel comfortable knowing they support them. Destiny has been performing since they were a child and has always used its platform to support causes they are passionate about, bearing in mind that many people will benefit from it. In recent years, they have become an outspoken advocate for mental health awareness and women’s rights. They hope to continue using their platform to support these causes and make a difference in the world.
For someone who has gone through significant bullying online, Destiny wishes to give people hope that everything gets better. A docu-series inspired by the entertainer, The Most Hated Man on the Internet, produced by RAW TV, aims at depicting Destiny Benedict’s side of the story. When asked to share their wisdom with the world, Destiny says, “before making any decisions, big or small, you should think about how your choice will affect yourself and the people around you, especially other women. Will your decision empower or hinder other women? Will it positively or negatively impact the future of our gender? You have the power to change the world for the better, but only if you make wise decisions.”
Destiny Benedict’s dream is to advocate for better mental health resources and help people struggling with mental health. They want to speak up on podcasts, events, and even blogs to be a voice for the voiceless people. Destiny hopes to create a better public image by doing its part to save the world by creating more mental health awareness. Additionally, the Women’s rights activist wishes to Expand into brand stuff like makeup and merch that is empowering and has a mental health awareness message behind it.
Being a safe space, a person people can trust enough to turn to, and still being able to merge these with modeling and normalizing sex work for people of all backgrounds are Destiny’s most prominent dreams. They aspire to be beautiful in every sense, not just sitting pretty but also helping people. Having gone through a fair share of challenges, like almost losing custody of their Children, the mental health advocate wants bullies to understand that people behind a screen or online are real people. Suppose you don’t already follow Destiny Benedict on theirInstagram account. In that case, you are missing invaluable mental health awareness discussions and a chance to be part of a revolutionary community.
Online bullying is often done anonymously, which makes it even more difficult for the victim to fight back. However, it is important to remember that you are not alone if you are bullied online. Like Destiny Benedict, many people are willing to help you. Several organizations can offer support and advice. If you are being bullied, don’t be afraid to speak out and get help. You can also reach out to Destiny Benedict through her Twitter and Facebook Accounts to get mental health awareness resources. The mental health advocate is a role model you need.
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