b-activists: Mr. Scary Guy teaches us not to judge

photo courtesy of m.gmgrd.co.uk

photo courtesy of m.gmgrd.co.uk

What’s the first thing you think about when you see a guy with tattoos from head to toe, piercings in places you didn’t know could be pierced, and a colorful Mohawk with a matching goatee?

Well more than likely its not love, compassion, tolerance or pacifism. But that’s exactly what The Scary Guy is about. He’s an anti-stereotypical motivational speaker whose mission is to change the way we label others while delivering a message of love.

Currently he travels the world speaking to all who will listen to stop negative thoughts and beliefs. He comes in the perfect package by saying and doing the opposite of what is expected of him challenging our prejudices.

He believes the world’s number one social disease is hate, violence and prejudice which we continue to pass on to our children.

Before he became a motivational speaker he owned three tattoo shops. He has tattoos on 85 percent of his body, and he legally changed his name to “The Scary Guy.” But for the past decade his mission is ‘The Total Elimination of Hate, Violence and Prejudice Worldwide.”

March 30, 2010 by Stefani
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One Response to “b-activists: Mr. Scary Guy teaches us not to judge”

  • Leah Galier Heathcoat says:

    Posted: March 30, 2010 at 6:31 PM

    This guy is amazing. I am so tired of people judging one another because they dont “dress right” or they have tatoos or piercings or maybe they dont fit the “corporate standard.” Maybe we should think of what those arbitrary standards mean before we put them out there as golden. This is a universal message that goes beyond body art to hair color, skin color, body size–the list goes on. WE must be the change we wish to see in the world and Scary Guy has figured this out.

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