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It became a part of who I now was and it was there comfort grew.
When I went out to bars and clubs, men and women stared at me, in fact whenever I left the house people stared at me.Everyone searching and yearning for someone special to grow old with, to have his or her hearts filled with joy.I represented a light of hope, someone real and flawed but standing proud nonetheless.We have been taught to fear and hate ourselves, to be in competition with others and ourselves constantly.It has been ingrained in our belief system from birth; every sense of our self is under judgment.Yes it sparked lots of questions but it also took a very interesting turn and taught me a very deep lesson or two, self-love and self-expression.
Even though I knew these things already, to really live true to them was a very different matter.I was someone real and tangible they could relate to, someone who understands them.So this had me thinking, does the root really lie with my own projection or thoughts around how I feel about myself?In fact my Tinder profile reads, “All photos are recent, and yes, I shave my head, no I don’t have cancer, I have alopecia.I am at peace with who I am so if you aren’t, that’s ok, keep swiping, thanks for stopping by.I believe we have become emotionally unavailable and desensitized, it’s easier to be detached; it’s safer then rejection in a confusing world of ‘perfect’.