[quote turner.bell]I never used to be insecure or worry about my looks at all, but ever since I started going out with my boyfriend, I wish so badly that I could be prettier!!!! He checks out other girls all the time and rates them, and he’s told me many times that his ex is prettier than me, and that he’s glad I’m not hot because everyone was always trying to steal his hot ex from him, but no one would ever try to steal me… It’s very hard to deal with! He thinks I’m pretty when I get all dolled up, but other than that, I’m just “decent.” I guess that’s better than ugly! But it makes me sad, and sometimes I don’t even want him to see me because I’m afraid of what he’ll think. So, yeah, while some girls are just insecure to begin with, I think many guys definitely don’t help in that arena.[/quote]
Im a lesbian but everyone thinks i am straight because i have long hair. I find that its women who are the nasty ones, not men. I dont know if thats because i dont care what men think so there comments just go over my head. I am fed up of girls who i dont even know being nasty and bitchy to me just because i dont fallow the fashion, i do not want to wear these stupid girly clothes, or do make up. Men rarely give me bad looks because of it, i cannot go anywhere without some girl giving me the evil eye. I am fed up of it.
Most women are wicked to each other, its women that create all the standards, not men, it always has been women that have made each others life difficult. I was once a radical feminist, but now i have learned there is no point most women only want to use men for what they can get(and sometimes use women too if they find they can), most do not want to make there own way in life. Feminism has just allowed women to oppress each other more. This is the real reason why young men have lots more confidence, young women waste there energy breaking down each other, mothers also oppress there girls starting from when they get in there teens.
I know the question, how can i be a lesbian and say all this about women? I did not choose to be a lesbian, its just the way i was made, would i have choose it, no. I would have much rather of been a gay man. - written 3 years, 7 months ago