“Please Accept Me As I Am”

This is an article that I had written for my school’s School Magazine 2012/13. Now that the magazine is officially and finally published and out there, I think that it’s then eventually all right to at last share with you what I wrote. Hope you like it! Don’t forget to share your views as well in the comment box below 🙂

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   “I won’t have a gay son.”

   “Then, mom, you don’t have a son.”

   “Fine.”

 

   In the award-winning television film, Prayers for Bobby, Bobby Griffith decided to end his life because he could not live with the guilt of being homosexual. Although he had gone to live on his own with an understanding cousin and his caring boyfriend, he could no longer bear it. He could not live while knowing that his mother did not accept him as he was.

   This film is based on a true story.

prayers for bobby suicide scene

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What I hate about Me!

Everyone has at least one feature which one doesn’t like, right? Well for me, it’s my height. Yep, simple as that.

too short too tall

I’m only 145 cm tall and 16 years old already!! Come on that’s not good at all! I’m so small 😦 That’s what people use as a critic when they hate me: “Oh you’re so short, you’re like a ten-year-old child!”

But what I know is that the height of a person cannot be changed by magic wands or whatever miracle. It’s our nature. I can’t change my height therefore I don’t feel guilty about it, though it’s also a reason why I feel helpless when one mentions my height.

If you are fat, you are luckier than me: you can change by doing some exercise and following a diet. So smile those who complain they’re fat! 🙂

“We r who we r” Kesha.

How about you? What do you hate about you?