But she’s worth it.

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she's worth it

She’s not the face and the curve but she’s worth it.

 

She’s not somebody with an angelic look nor somebody with curvaceous body of 36, 24, 26. Unlike other girls, this woman is somebody who doesn’t know fashion nor how to paint up her face. She doesn’t know how to walk like a model and she can’t even stay a minute wearing a 3-inch heels . Her height is not that ideal. She admits it, she’s dark and she had lots of flaws all over her body. But, despite all this, SHE’S WORTH IT. This woman is worth to love.

Yes, she might not be the typical ideal girl of every man but I could tell how ‘worth it’ she is. She’s honestly beautiful in her own way or maybe even better than other girls. She had proven in her simple ways that it is not the makeup that makes you beautiful nor the curve that makes you sexy. It is the beauty of being confident to tell the world who you really are. You don’t need to hide anything on your face using makeups. All those flaws are worth to love because it is part of who you’ve been and who you will be. You don’t need to walk like Iris Mittenaere, wear heels or have a white skin, you could be stunning just the way you are. And your height doesn’t measure how far you can be and how high you could reach.

It is not always about the physical aspect, the beauty of the outside will fade but the beauty of the heart will always remain. You don’t need to pass the standards of this judgmental society nor to be like them. You don’t need to change who you are to fit in this world.  Just be confidently you, cause girl.. you’re worth it!

 

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kweky kwek
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The analogy was used to present the concept of Self in the article was Self-identity. The article depicts ideal Self. The ideal self , is the self that we think we want to be. It is the self that absorbed from others, things that we thing we should be, and that we feel others think we should be. We want to reach their expectations. In this article, the author shows us the flaws of the women. The author mentioned all their flaws, since women is always insecure. The author also state that the beauty is not always the physical but… Read more »

George Abayari
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The analogy used to present the concept of self in this article was Self-identity. It also depicts the Real Self, This article shows that you don’t need to be somebody to reach the physical standards of society, you just have to be real, you just have to see who you are. because being your self, bringing your own identity is already means that you’re worth it. Fall in love with the spirit,heart and character because beauty is not always outside, it’s in you.

Jeuz Renzel Abella
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The analogy that was used in this article/for this article to present the concept of Self is Self-Identity. Moreover, the article depicts the Real Self. The author of the article wants to imply that a person doesn’t need to be someone else in order to be liked by someone. He/she must only become himself/herself. Showing who and what you are inside is the best way to connect deeply with someone and surely it will not come to waste. Just be who you are and it will show your worth, and probably find someone that will appreciate that worth.

Ian Natividad Cabauatan
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The analogy used in the article is the concept of Self-Identity- Real Self.
Telling that we don’t have to be anyone else as what people ideally perceive. Because we is who we are, not they are, and anyone else around. Seeing our own worth by learning how to simply be as is, is what it is. According to Warshan Shire, “It’s not my responsibility to be beautiful. I’m not alive for that purpose. My existence is not about how desirable you find me.”

Jolius Ace Sison
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The Analogy used in this article was Self-Identity. The article also depicts the Real self. This point of this article is you don’t have to be physically appealing to be told that you are worth it. just be who you are and People who are right for you will see your true worth.

Dboy Baguisi
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for me the analogy is about our ideal self, how we think of ourselves for some person to look great to them, first of all ideal self is a thought of ourselves of how we want to be. it is a thing that we desire because we don’t have it. and a thinking that we need to adjust for others, we need to reach their expectation. in this analogy the author show all the flows and the beauty of the woman that mentioned in the analogy, and because of this the author conclude that beauty is not only physical but… Read more »

Dominic Abanes
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Dominic Abanes

The analogy used in this article was self-identity. Physical appearance may get attention but having a pure big heart always win. Accepting who you are and ignoring the judgmental world helps you find the real you, you Dont need to change yourself for others to like you, you need to be yourself.

CeeGee Bee
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The article have the analogy of self identity. Based in what have written, the writter have wrote about a woman neing herself. Describing her physical appearance and the inside personality that she have. The article pertains that one should be themselves without hestation without living up in the judgement of others in your life . Knowing your inside and out is a great way to identify the person you are. On able others to accept you is to be the real you. Being yourself or who you are is the best way to live your life in a way that… Read more »

Angelica Alipio
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The analogy was used to present the concept of the real self. It shows how is the girl deals with her insecurities and how is this affects her. It is a story behind her capabilities to be perfect. But all along this imperfections it makes her perfect because their is always a person that would love her flaws and accept her imperfections. We must accept for who we are and stop deceiving ourself for who we are not.

Angelica Alipio
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The analogy was used to present the concept of real self. We cannot please other to like our physical appearance but we can accept and love ourselves for who we are. We should stop deceiving ourselves for who we are not because somebody will learn to love our imperfections and flaws.

Ronnel Balanay
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The analogy was used to present the concept of self in the article was Self-identity. The article depicts ideal self and real self, which it talks about the women who is not a typical ideal girl of men with a perfect curvaceous body and color of skin, and she doesn’t know about fashion, walk like a model, and even stay a minute wearing a high heels as mentioned on article. But it doesn’t mean that she is not worth it by looking on it’s physical appearance, you should not judge a book based on its cover. Yes, she is not… Read more »

Kenneth Pacifico
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It implies the concept of self identity, where in the author itself want to tell that you do not to be beautiful like any other to be loved by someone it also imply that beauty is not only about physical identities to be called beautiful, thus being beautifull by mind and heart will still always be the basis to define a true beauty also author tells us that no matter flaws and imperfections you have you are deserved to be loved and you don’t need to change just to be loved.

Harvy Bolivar
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This article tackles the abstract idea of Self-identity addressing the issue of Ideal-self and Real-self. At the early conception of this piece, the message for Ideal Self was revealed- the standard and perception of society being applied to a woman whose not an actual portrait of what the author perceives, because it can never be actualized due to possible contradictions of human. But in the latter part depicts the Real-self showing the value of one’s individual, not from the outside asset nor from the judgement of the society. Remember that beauty is not absolute from the eye of beholder. Instinctively,… Read more »

Kaycee Kate Ferrer
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The comparison between an idealized image of a woman and a woman who doesn’t conform with it, was the analogy used to present the idea of Self. It depicts both the concept of an Ideal Self and Real Self. The Ideal Self can be clearly seen within those statements that describe society’s standard of beauty and perfection; statements saying that woman should have a sexy body, angelic face, fair skin, ideal height etc. Descriptions that are all just an illusion made by the society. An ideal image they dictated and blindly followed by some. On the other hand, the real… Read more »

Shia Domingo
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The analogy was used to present the concept of Self in the article was Self-identity. The article depicts ideal Self. The ideal self , is the self that we think we want to be. It is the self that absorbed from others, things that we thing we should be, and that we feel others think we should be. We want to reach their expectations. In this article, the author shows us the flaws of the women. The author mentioned all their flaws, since women is always insecure. The author also state that the beauty is not always the physical but… Read more »

Camille Fabia
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The concept of Self in the article was presented with the analogy of two kinds of women; (1) an ideal woman of the society and (2) a woman who remains true to herself. “But she’s worth it” depicts the Real Self, for the subject being referred to embraces who she is and embodies what she wanted to be unconditionally. Other women may find security through hiding their flaws. However, honesty would always serve as the foundation of self. People may be attracted to a beautiful face, but what moves them is the heart and soul of a woman. Truthfully, it… Read more »

Denise Amurao
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The analogy of the Self- Identity was used to present the Ideal self and the Real self of a woman, it depicts the the Real Self which empowers that no one needs to conceal their flaws and imperfections just to be worth it. Being worth it is not about the physical standards and how somebody may dress and live as a person, it’s about being who you really are. Living and loving all the flaws and imperfections in life and accepting the every inch of you will make you “Worth it”.

Christian Harvey Gonzales
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The analogy used in this article is the concept of self-identity. It depicts the Real Self. We people don’t need to be more appealing in the appearance for us to be called “worth it”. We just need to focus on our main goal. Be what or who you are. Just be focus and believe on the spirit on what you have. Beauty is not only focusing on the appearance but also on it’s inside.

Cris Coloma
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The piece shows the relation with self identity,
on how the women knowing her self worth being beautiful as her own without any comparison to other, having an incomparable beauty is not how thick or thin nor how colorful your face is, but, incomparable beauty is all about how genuine your heart is and how good inside you are, it also tells that, you dont need to change nor improved your outer personality just to be loved or adore you by someone thus, being true to your self is enough to sho how worth it you are.

Cristelle Casapao
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The analogy that was used to introduce the concept of self in the article was Self- identity. In addition, the article depicts the Real Self. It demonstrate the understanding of the beauty of real self. The article reminds the readers that although legion of people focus on physical beauty, the inner aspect is more significant because it is permanent and a representation of a person’s true self- identity. The society and the physical appearance will not dictate your real self, it is the inner you. Thus, everyone in this world is worth it, all is fit and all have their… Read more »

Mhar Alfred
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The analogy used was Self-identity. The article represents the Ideal Self it is the kind of self that we want to be and the Real Self in which who we are in reality. But in this case its not always what we think that we should is what we should. We can be of value to anyone just by being ourselves for me it is who you are as a person that counts. We are not born to please others nor fit their standards. We should live or life as we want and be ourselves as much as possible because… Read more »

Dan Domingo
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The notion of the article was stated with the concept of two distinct ladies: first is the idealized self that the society admires and second is the real self who’s being true to herself without hesitations to show her truly. The girl in the article is a girl that is being real or true to herself. Because the outside beauty has no bearing to the writer to say that a girl is gorgeous and worth to love. Thus, inside beauty of a girl is more powerful to admire and love than all cosmetics to beautify their faces and hiding the… Read more »

Emma Reyes
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The analogy that was used in the article was Self-identity. It shows that no matter what size you have, you may be tall or not, pale or tan and someone’s ideal girl or not, you are worth it. You just have to embrace all of your flaws and be confident about it because if not, how can someone see your worth if you, yourself cannot.

Riven Dave Enverga
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Riven Dave Enverga

The analogy used in this article was self identity. The article shows that beauty is not about wearing a mask. It’s about the natural way of being beautiful. Yes, others say shes not attractive enough. But people have their own taste of beauty others are based on personality or physical based. People always judge beauty based on the appearance. Shes “worth it” not the only way she look, but shes beautiful just the way you are. Beauty is always in the heart. Love youself…

Cherry Teraytay
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The analogy used in the article was Self-identity. It depicts the real self. We don’t have to be the typical ideal girl of every man. We need to accept all our flaws. Nobody cares if you doesn’t put any colors on your face, if you have perfect shaped body, flawless skin and etc. The most important is you accept what you have because physical appearance may fade but the beauty inside your heart will forever in there. Be confident to yourself. We are all worth it.

Denise Alicias
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Alicias, Denise A. Med 183 The analogy that was used to present the concept of Self in this article is the “Real Self”. Basically this prose showed us that it is okay not to meet the standard or the ideal self of others. It is okay to be your own version of yourself. It is not about the opinion of others that will define you, it only needs the opinion of you to be the real you. Because beauty is not about your physical attributes, the real beauty is in deep within. Everyone loves the idea of a person but… Read more »

Alyssa Nicole Ungos
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The analogy used in this article is self-identity. It depicts both ideal self and real self. The ideal self that can be seen in this article is about how the judgmental society wants every woman to be. Having a beautiful face, curvaceous body, and other physical aspect. However, the real self in this article is where the author points out the things that makes a woman beautiful. It’s not about having a beautiful face, ideal height, etc. that makes a woman beautiful, it is her heart that makes her beautiful. Beauty on the outside fades but beautiful heart remains forever.… Read more »

Darel Reyes
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MED183 Self-Identity/Self Realization. The article, based on how I perceived it, tackles the Real Self. The speaker is depicting a woman who is not bounded and doesn’t live in the ideals set by our society, a woman who is comfortable to show who and what she truly are despite of being compared, and a woman who accepts everything that is in her body. We shouldn’t be afraid of what other people might say to us, we are who we are, we might not be able change our physical aspects (or you could if you want to) but we can always… Read more »

Ralph Darryl Oliva
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The analogy that was used in this article to present the concept of self is the Self-Identity and can be also apply to real self. In this article, the Author perceived the woman as herself—physically and also about her personality as well. It says that the wan doesn’t have to wear colours on her face on wear any fancy dresses and heels but being herself is enough to be loved.

Patricia Victoria Buo
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MED183 ?? The analogy present in this is self-identity, we sometimes choose to be someone we’re not, often straying away from our real self thus creating the ideal self we made to fit the standards of society and our idealized image. However, for this article, the author has made it apparent about how this leans more to the real self. We have been conformed to listen to what the others made us to be. We are often pressured by our own society and the judgment that we are not good enough as our real selves. But in the end, only… Read more »

Floriza Real
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The Analogy that was used to introduce the concept of self in this article was Self-Identity. The article also depicts the Real self. The aurhor as a women herself— percieved or shows us the reality of life. The ideal women —the standards we need to meet to be an ideal woman and the society’s standard of beauty and perfection. We doesn’t have to put cosmetics on our faces, doesn’t have to wear heels, doesn’t have to wear short and shitty clothes just to feel that we are beautiful. Coz we already are. Being fat, skinny, having a dark colored skin,… Read more »

Jeia Marie Delos Santos
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The analogy was used to present this concept lies with the truth of showing, PERSONALITY DOES THE WORK in our lives. No matter what brand of every piece of make up we can wear, at the end of the day the reality is that you can’t hide what and who you are in your own self. Being pretty in our outside appearance is a good thing but being BEAUTIFUL to our inner self is definitely a bad ass supplement. She is worth it, not just what she can offer them, not just what she can do or show to others… Read more »

CJ Nabua
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The analogy that was used to present the concept of self in this article was Self-identity. It shows that being imperfect doesn’t mean you are not worth it to be loved. Flaws and imperfections are part of every human being. Showing your real you(real identity) means everything because that real identity comes from the inside. It is not about the physical appearance, it’s all about the inner beauty, the inner self, and your inner identity… That matters the most. And just because it isn’t perfect, does’nt mean it’s not worth it.

Christine Joy Alcazar
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The article present the concept of self-identity, That also depicts the real self. Knowing what you deserve and knowing what you can do is one of the greatest to you could ever do for yourself. Lifting up your soul by feeding up your mind that you deserve to be loved. Nobody can ever take that from you, do not doubt to yourself. You have your own flaws to accept and weaknesses. Understand that you are not a perfect but still deserving for the love and respect of everyone. Showing what you’ve really have and doing what makes you have no… Read more »

Kristine Maezelle Mendoza
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This article proves to be a concept of self-identity. Containing in this article is a real self. A self that is unique, lovable and at the same time has flaws. Nowadays people tend to hide their real identity in order to be loved by other people. They tend to please other people for them to be accepted. That’s not the purpose why you are living in this world. God made you to live in this world not to please other people but rather accept yourself for being who you are as a person. So in order to live your life… Read more »

eloisecarbs
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The article manifest the idea of self identity, with the issue of how ideal self contradicts it. This article presents how worth our is inner self than our appearance. Society set a standard of how can we be beautiful, and this is where ideal self initiates, but self identity is what we really are. And self identity matters. We do not need to no one else to feel pretty or feel contented we just need to accept who we are, and live happily with it.
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John Michael Magadia
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John Michael Magadia

The article present the concept of self-identity. The article depicts ideal self, we want to be somebody else but we didn’t even know how to love our own appearance. Wanting to be somebody is just a waste of time because we have our own beauty and flaws, we just need to love our own appearance, rather than thinking to be a perfect person. Nobody’s perfect we just need to forget what the society is wanting us to be, we have our own mind and body and we need to use it properly so that we can’t hurt somebody nor hurt… Read more »

Jan Jasmin
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Gonzales, Jan Jasmin MED-183 The analogy used to present the concept of self in this article was self-identity. It depicted the Real Self even though the article stated all the characteristics that an Ideal self may posses. The Real self was that the girl needed none of the ideals because guess what – she’s worth it. Her real self is enough, she is beautiful as she is and just like her all we need is to have is acceptance. To find the confidence and to see our real hidden treasures we must accept that we are all worth it just… Read more »

Ericka Rodriguez
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The analogy used for this article was Self-Identity and depicts the Ideal self. This article says that despite of all the flaws, we are who we are and we don’t need to change or cover things that make us ugly just to fit in the society. Our flaws were the things that make us special and unique. We are all worth it despite of having differences.

Melvin Fabon
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Melvin Fabon

The analogy used in the article titled “But she’s worth it” is the concept of Self-Image or Self-Identity, as it contained descriptions that portray the notion of Ideal Self and Real Self. The article depicts the Real Self, even though it might be confusing as it heavily describes the ideal standards of being a beautiful woman in the society nowadays. It emphasizes importance of being true to yourself than to mold it into the so called ‘perfection’ or what we called the ‘standards’ of the society that we usually follow because of the pressure of conforming with it to gain… Read more »

Maridin Pena
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The analogy that was used in the article is the self-identity. it shows the real self, which is the author wants us to know that we don’t need to be the ideal girl, just be yourself and accept who you are. Don’t demand to be one of the ideal girl whom they want to have a beautiful face, have curves, and have make-ups. the author mentioned that the woman she’s describing was contended with who she is, she don’t need to put something because even though she want that way, she is still worth it. same with us, we all… Read more »

John Louis Gadier III
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John Louis Gadier III

The analogy used in this article was the concept of self which is self-identity. This article shows a real self— because for me, it is about acceptance of yourself/of who she really is. No matter she had a lot of flaws/you had a lot of flaws, it doesn’t matter at all. Because it is you! And those things that makes you different are the things that makes you- you! Which are unique and much better than those usual/typical people who’s too judgemental. This article have me this thought like, you don’t have to lower you self-standard to match their class.… Read more »

Rona Jane Torres
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To present the concept of self in this article, the analogy of both an ideal self and a real self was depicted through a description of a woman’s beauty. As what the author implied on the first part of the article, the ideal self of a woman as what today’s society recognizes includes having a curvaceous body, ideal height and face, and knowledge of popular way of dressing. I can say that this is the ideal self for these characteristics are beyond the normal limits of human possibilities. On the other hand, the real self as mentioned is the woman… Read more »

Johnryll Baculao
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the analogy was use to present the self-identity. you need to be your real self and you need to go with the flow don’t against it , because sometimes it can hurt you and distract on the path that you choice. reality is the only thing that is real. beauty is actually always on our side , we only have to discover it on our own.

Patricia Arcilla
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The analogy used in this article is Self identity. Further more Real self can also be seen in this article, the author stated some physical characteristic of a girl, a girl thats not satisfied the standard appearance of the world but he still love her because of her traits and being true to herself. Being true to your self and loving your imperfections will help you to stand out and happy in this world.

Ellah Mae Espina
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The analogy used to present the concept of self in this article was Self-identity. I know that one of as have different flaws in life. But the most important thing is that you are still the same person that you wanted to be, you don’t have to change yourself for something or for anyone because we cannot please anybody. And even if you encounter a lot of challenges, you always have GOD in your life to guide you, give you strength and encourage you to move forward. Remember, you are worth it, because there’s that something that makes you unique.

karlalmonte162 almonte
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For me the analogy is used to present the concept of self-identity in this article. The article wants to realize that we have an physically appeals to be what you are, and showing what you are, you need to show who you really are.

Denver Waje
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The analogy used in this article is Self Identity. It is also a real self because that’s the reality someone is being judged with their physical appearance instead of their own looks and behavior.

Vanessa Eve Sotto
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The analogy was used to present the concept of self in the article self-identity. It depicts the Real self. The articles expressed how a person should not change their selves just to be accepted in the society but the woman herself should just be her real self, to express who really are, and do not need to hide her true identity.

Arrianne Joaquin
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The analogy was used to represent the concept of Self-Identity but it can also be the Real Self. For me, If myself was asked to change just because they don’t like my personality, I won’t change anything. It’s so hard to be judged by people, it’s not easy to deal with it. And you can’t explain yourself to everyone, they also don’t deserve to be given an explanation about yourself, you’re being different because everybody’s too the same.