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Texas Men Getting My Little Pony Tattoos

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(KCEN) -- Men are lining up at a Texas tattoo parlor to get My Little Pony tattoos.

They are doing it to support an 11-year-old North Carolina boy who was bullied for saying he liked My Little Pony.

The youngster tried to hang himself and may have brain damage.

Jonathan Myers wanted to do something to help the boy and his family, "I heard the story. I'm a soon-to-be father. I couldn't help but come and help out the cause."

The tattoos cost $20 and the money is being donated to the boy's family.

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