Who says perfect is normal? Who says popular is cool? Who says that being beautiful is the best thing?
Barbie was thrown upon us as kids but in reality it isnt even close to what realistic people should look like, yet as a child all every girl wanted to be was barbie in her 'perfect' little world. So why is society always so worried about whether youre skinny or larger, gay or straight, beautiful or average. What does it matter to everyone else. Once we were given a chance to voice our opinions everything changed. Judgement. Division. Fights. In primary school when everyone was friends with everyone, we wonder why? There was no judgement, division or fights and why? No one had opinions everyone just accepted you for being yourself - we knew no better and hadnt figured even ourselves out yet but the thought that if we had no opinions of everyone then we would get along and there would be no normal and no bizarre, isnt that a better world?
If i ever have children i will bring them up not to judge, discriminate or think that someone different from them is bizarre, because like the quote of the breakfast club "we're all pretty bizarre, some of us are just better at hiding it."