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Some of us have been told that we’re beautiful for as long as we can remember, thus our general vision of ourselves is based on what is reflected around us by other people.
As flattering as that may be, some women may develop what has been called Pretty Girl Syndrome, which involves confusing your identity with your appearance – basing everything that you are on what you look like.
It’s sad that young girls are so preoccupied by their physical appearance.
It’s sad that they solicit the opinions of anonymous strangers.
But she didn’t project that kind of confidence in her video. On the phone, pressed about why she went through the trouble of posing the POU question if the answer didn’t matter, she said she hoped “to see what people would say,” as if the point of the project were judging Internet trolls, rather than being judged. She said: “Personality is important too.” I asked which was more important. If I’m ugly it’s their fault because they created me.
Wearing a sweatshirt and not much makeup, her younger self looks away from the camera and mumbles a little. Yet when I asked her whether any of the comments stuck with her, she turned thoughtful. Dutifully, she recited, “Personality is what really matters.” Were her parents onboard with the POU video? But I know I’m not because my mom is a MILF and my dad is a DILF.” Talking to this girl didn’t help me get any closer to pinpointing what’s wrong, or right, with the POU videos.
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I hate the POU videos, but maybe they’re no more self-destructive than self-destructive things tweens have always done.
We all need validation, we just ask in different ways.
But what if they really are able to laugh at the vileness of the commenters? Might they one day achieve the devil-may-care outlook they’re affecting?