Sarah Tse*, now 15, recalls her first few days at summer camp last year. Her cabin mates seemed to like her, but there was one girl nobody liked. “Everyone thought she was strange,” recalls the Toronto teen. After a few days, Sarah’s cabin mates “became comfortable joking with me about the girl, in front of her. I think they were trying to make the other girls laugh.” Nevertheless, the “joking” was never done in front of the counsellor, and it made the girl cry.