So today society teaches us that if you have something, you need to flaunt it, and if you don’t people think you’re weird and think you’re an outcast. But should society really be like this? I don’t think it should. I think people should be proud of how they look and their talents, but they shouldn’t flaunt it to make others jealous. No wonder people are so insecure. And most pics people post are selfies that look perfect because they’ve piled make-up on or styled their hair specially. Why can’t people just be real. I know some people post pics of themselves with no make-up on, and I applaud them, but most of the times people post them saying #nomakeup, and they STILL have make-up on. What’s that point? It’s obvious they have make-up on yet they still get hundreds of likes. Anyway I’ve gone off topic, basically I’m trying to say that it’s no wonder people are so insecure and have low self esteem, because people expect them to post pics of themselves looking ‘pretty’. So what if someone doesn’t look perfect on a photo? That’s no reason to hate on them and make them feel crap. Anyway that’s another rant over. It probably made no sense but oh well. No ones perfect. 😉 Thanks for reading!
So this post follows on from the last post about me being bisexual. I need some advice really. I’m in high school and I have a crush on one of my friends. I know it sounds childish and stupid but I can’t stop thinking about her. She is actually bisexual as well, but she has a girlfriend. I have no idea what to do as I am friends with her girlfriend. They had broke up a few weeks ago but recently got back together and I’m pretty devastated right now. I kept hinting to her before that I like her but it doesn’t seem to be working. Her girlfriend has a reputation of having relationships that only last a few weeks, so I’m hoping they break up again, but I feel so bad. They’re both my friends and I don’t want to hurt them, so what should I do? I’ve tried forgetting about her but I can’t, especially as she invited us all to go her house in a few weeks. I haven’t seen any of them recently though as I’ve been off school because I had surgery a week ago, but I’ve been talking to my crush through fb, and I keep hinting that I like her on there but it still isn’t working. What should I do?
This is kind of hard for me to write (well type) but you can probably already guess what it’s about. So…I think I’m bisexual. I’m not 100% sure, but I think I am. It’s so weird though, because I’ve pushed it to the back of my mind for so long, because I was…ashamed really. I knew there are tons of people who are gay or bi, but I still felt different. I’ve admitted it to two close friends, but I still don’t feel confident to tell the rest. It would be so much better if everyone was born with no label. Imagine a world where you weren’t automatically expected to be heterosexual, and you could just be whatever you wanted without anyone questioning you. I doubt that will ever happen though; too many people are homophobic. I actually regret telling my friends as I’m sure one of them is homophobic. She says that she thinks being gay is weird and disgusting. Probably wasn’t the best decision to tell her then :/. Oh well. She keeps trying to convince me that it’s a phase. Everyone always seems to automatically jump to that conclusion. I know it’s not though. My other friend understands though, thank god. Well thanks for reading anyways. 🙂
Why is everyone doing this don’t judge challenge? If you haven’t heard of it, its where people upload videos of themselves with fake spots, acne etc and sometimes even a uni brow. Then they’ll cover the camera with their hand. When they remove it they’ll have tons of make-up on or their hair styled perfectly. Well the first thing I want to say is you have to be VERY narcissistic and vain to do the challenge. The second thing I want to say is people with acne and spots are beautiful too! I’ve seen tons of people who I think are beautiful even though they have acne. Why should they feel self-conscience anyway for something they can’t control? Also, if someone doesn’t want to pluck or shave their uni brow, they shouldn’t feel pressure to by society. In ancient Greece people used to think uni brows showed beauty and intelligence. Some women would even paint them on. This shows that beauty is what you perceive it as, and society’s view of beauty will constantly change. Just like the ideal weight. People used to think women should be stick-thin, now they think women should have curves. So if you’re feeling self-conscience, don’t. Everyone is beautiful in they’re own way. Obviously people who do the don’t judge challenge are narrow minded and, like I said before, very vain. If you’ve done the challenge, think about how you’re making other people feel. And if you still think its a good challenge, I hope you’re happy that you’ve shown what a fake bitch you are. And its not just girls that are doing it, boys are as well to ‘impress’ people. Well the only people you’re impressing are fake bitches and yourself. I hope you’re very pleased. Plus why is it called the ‘don’t judge challenge’? Kind of ironic isn’t it?
This might be a long post. Before you think I have depression, I don’t, but one of my friends might. I want to say before I start this is that I don’t really like this friend, and that, well, I think she is fake and attention-seeking. So if this sounds biased, don’t judge me, because I can’t help it. Anyway, I think she could have depression because yesterday I was looking at her instagram account and there were some…weird pics. By the way, this is her second instagram account that she doesn’t even know I know about. One of my other friends told me about it. The thing that was weird, was that the pics were all depressing things about her ‘crap life’ and about how she is bullied and how she is starving herself. Therefore, I think she might have depression, however, she does have a tendency to….make things up. For example, when she claimed she was being bullied, because people were calling her adopted, it turned out they were saying it to literally everyone. Also, my friend is a little on the large size and she doesn’t seemed to have lost weight. So is she making all of this up for attention? She is very self-centered and seems to bask in any attention. But I am just being judgmental? I don’t want to assume that she is making it up, because she might not be. I just don’t know.
Moving on from that, this also made me realize how many people take life for granted. There are tons of instagram accounts where people moan about their life and say they have depression, but is that really the best way to tell people, by hiding behind a computer screen? Anyway, like I was saying, a lot of people who don’t even have depression moan constantly about life. Don’t they realize that moaning doesn’t help? Maybe I’m just to much of an optimist ha.Well anyway that’s another rant over. Hope you enjoyed reading. All I do on this blog is moan or make judgements. Oh well, no ones perfect.
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