There's something that I and many other girls/members of the LGBTQ+ community have had happen to them, and that is violation of personal space.
This is unacceptable, as I've recently realized. My body is not a free-for-all. It's mine. I say I've only recently realized this because in the last two years, I've had cis boys violating my personal space again and again, but I never said anything too harsh, because I didn't want to be "rude". Of course, I made it clear that I didn't want to be touched or that I didn't want them to come as close as they were to me, but I never yelled "Stop!" or "Leave me alone!" or anything along those lines. From reading Rookie Yearbook and various feminist blogs, I've come to the realization that my body does not belong to everyone.
We have come to a place in society where it is completely acceptable for people, cisgender boys especially, to touch others, come too close to others, and perform other behaviors that are not okay. Many girls and members of the LGBTQ+ community don't usually feel open to saying anything of magnitude to their harassers about their discomfort, for fear of being ridiculed or harassed further.
This violation of personal space isn't just something that takes place physically, it is a verbal issue, too. There are so many girls and members of the LGBTQ+ community who take comments on their appearance because they feel that they have to, that's it's just a part of being a person.
It's difficult to love yourself sometimes when people are constantly commenting on what is wrong with your appearance. It can also be a trigger for body dysmorphia, for anxiety, and for other mental illnesses.
I know that sometimes it's not safe for some people to speak up about the touching they have to deal with, or the comments they have to hear, but if you can, speak up. If it's not safe for you to approach the harassers themselves, (because that's what they are, harassers) talk to the school administration about what's going on. If you don't think it's a big enough deal to do so, trust me, it is. Your body is yours, and yours alone. You shouldn't have to feel other people's hands on you without your consent, or have to ask several times for someone to get out of your personal space if they are too close to you.
You matter. Your personal space boundaries MATTER. Your body doesn't belong to anyone except for you.