Cyberbullying, creepy coaches and sexual assault: Tell us your high school stories so we can investigate
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At babe, we work hard to shine a light on stories of injustice. We've taken down sites used by pedophiles, exposed rapists who hire private investigators to harass their accusers and revealed sinister "tough love" programs in the Deep South.
Last year, we wrote about Lauren – a teen in Oklahoma who said she was raped by her classmate, a story that has now been covered by Vice and Rolling Stone.
Now we're expanding our coverage of unreported injustices in high schools. Is your teacher behaving inappropriately with students? Has your coach been suspended under shady circumstances? Is your principal protecting the star football player accused of sexual misconduct? Whatever your story is, we're here to help.
You won't be named in a story if you don't want to – we can guarantee your anonymity and will never publish a source's name without their express permission. We are looking for stories we can thoroughly investigate.
Either fill out this form and we'll get back to you, or contact us using the information below. Send it to your friends and ask if they can help out.
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