Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Motorcycle Club Escorts Little Girl To School After She Was Bullied.

They Didn’t Understand Her

They Didn’t Understand Her

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School isn’t always a safe haven, especially when you’re different from other students. Audrianna Reynolds knew this all too well. She had a unique style that she was proud of. But some of her classmates made it their life’s mission to make her feel bad, because they didn’t get her. But all that changed the day that a group of heroes rode in and paid Reynolds a surprise visit.

She Was Unique

She Was Unique

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Reynolds had just turned seven, and until recently, she led a happy life and considered herself very lucky. Her family wasn’t rich, but they gave her pretty much anything she wanted. Essentially, her life at home was perfect. As she grew older, Reynolds developed her own unique identity. And that became very apparent with the way she dressed.

Different Than Expected

Different Than Expected

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Reynolds’ mom, Alexandria always wanted a little girl she could dress up in lovely pink bows and dresses. But as it turned out, Reynolds didn’t want any of that. She was more comfortable wearing golf shirts and jeans. Long hair was also out of the question. She preferred her hair cut short. Although she loved and supported her child’s choices, Alexandria had a feeling deep in her gut, and it simply refused to go away.

Center Of Attention

Center Of Attention

Alexandria Reynolds / Facebook

Alexandria knew that kids could be mean, especially on the playground. Kids tend to make fun of children, especially when they’re different. So, she was nervous her daughter would become a target for all the alleged cool kids. But shortly after Reynolds got her hair cut, Alexandria’s worst fears were confirmed. Then things went from bad to worse after she discovered Reynolds’ true passion.

Sorry, Barbie!

Sorry, Barbie!

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Reynolds had all the characteristics of a tomboy, and her looks and interests coincided. While most girls her age wanted to play with Barbie dolls, Reynolds wanted to ride a dirt bike. She hoped she would grow up to become a professional dirt bike rider someday and enter a competition. At least, that’s what she told her mom when she asked her what she wanted to do when she grew up. But her parents’ reaction only stoked her interest even more!

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