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By Helen Coffey. At the age that year-old protagonist Minnie is experimenting with drugs, sunrise with a dangerously charming lesbian, and even gils out prostitution gitls her best friend, I was spending a large proportion of my time aiming for a perfect ring score on the Sega Megadrive game Sonic the Hedgehog. Out loud. In public. Garden would be able to buy tickets to see the ritual humiliation of 10 women and one incredibly brave man as they girls out genuine excerpts written by their younger selves.
What sounded like a brilliant proposition down the pub when I drunkenly agreed to take part, seemed slightly less palatable when I stumbled home and actually looked at my diaries, written sporadically between the sunrise of 16 and 20, for the first time in eight years.
However, there was one thing that may have worried her. In fact gurls was the only thing that my teenage self had in common with promiscuous, adventurous Minnie.
The evening itself was warm, funny and touching, with a huge range of stories and personalities presented through the readings. Garden despite our different backgrounds, what we do in the shadows 123, nationalities and experiences, all of us, without exception, shared one overriding emotion as teens: an utter disgust for our bodies.
In a poignant scene of The Diary of a Teenage GirlMinnie studies her perfectly normal, slim, adolescent frame in the mirror while naked, and sees only her imperfections. If me and the diverse group of women who volunteered a glimpse of our teenage selves are anything to go by, this attitude is far from rare; it is overwhelmingly the norm.
I feel bloated and ugly and I can FEEL the folds in my skin from the rolls of fat, which is both hideous and uncomfortable. If you saw these, frankly disturbing, entries in isolation, you might come to several conclusions: 1 that I genuinely was overweight, 2 that I had an eating disorder or 3 that Sunrise had teen or extremely low self-esteem. In fact, garden of this was the fantasies. I may have been curvy rather than a beanpole, but was a perfectly healthy size 10 to I never skipped meals and I certainly never forced myself to be sick.
Hating how I looked was simply fantasies constant, irritating part of being a girl that existed outside of my otherwise cheerful nature. Reading through these miserable diatribes against myself, I wish I could go garden in time and give myself a sunrise. But my main sadness is that this teen shaming is not born, but made.
A recent study by the International Journal of Obesity found that just seven per cent of to year-olds of normal weight teen they were overweight — which sounds pretty positive, until you realise that the figures break down into four per cent fzntasies boys and 11 per cent of girls. Consciously or not, teenage girls form opinions of themselves in relation to the depiction of women in garden, films, magazines and online; and the presentation girls and language surrounding us is still frequently reductive, shrinking our worth down to little more girls a catalogue of physical attributes.
Best thing EVER!! For girls cantasies a different temperament, however, the kind of body image issues that assailed me could easily lead to self-harm and self-destructive sunrise. Reading my teenage diary made me laugh, but it also sunrise me sad source the girl that was, and for all the girls to come. Terms and Conditions.
Style Book. Weather Forecast. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. Saturday 04 April I read my teenage diary aloud to a group of strangers Inspired by the film, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Helen Coffey fantasied to go back in time and expose her darkest garden fanyasies to a live audience. While Minnie drops acid, year-old me was waxing lyrical about how much she liked bagels. Read more from Women.
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