It has come to my attention that as I grow older, girls get more and more self conscious of themselves. This hurts me, because every girl is beautiful in their own way. They all want to live up to standards that the media has set for them, like being paper thin or double Z breasts. It really breaks my heart to see all of the girls to wallow around and hate who they are and think they aren’t worth something.
I’m making this event so everyone can tell anyone that they think is beautiful, that they are beautiful. Just tell them. They don’t hear it enough, and they want to hear it. Tell anyone; tell your friend, your mother, your sister, your cousin, your dog for all I care. Let’s show girls that we don’t care about the standards that they set for themselves and that we like them the way they are.
Let’s show every girl that they really are beautiful. So tell them, it’ll make their day.
Girls, you ARE beautiful.
Invite as many people as you can to this event
spread the word and make this a big event!
It’ll be spanning from Thursday the 11th to Sunday the 14th (aka Valentine’s Day), so boys/ girls, this gives you time to work up the nerve for that special someone.
And if one feels so inclined, spread the love to the males too, because we can be insecure too!
Guys please do not fret too much about this, this event was inspired by my friends that don't think that they're enough. Hence why I dedicate this to females. But being a guy myself, I do understand how we can feel self conscious at times too. So yes this can be for males too, i never said it couldn't. It could be for anyone, even your pet rock for all I care, just spread the love.
This event is not created to force anyone to say "You're beautiful"; see it as a reminder.
Everyone is beautiful in their own way, so please keep negative comments to yourself. Please people, be mature. If you don't like the idea of this event too much, keep rude comments to yourself! Thanks
To all of you people out there who are struggling with issues like self confidence, a break up, depression, boredom, or any other negative feeling, visit the link below. Geoffrey Montalvo, a very big supporter of THSB, has started this site to help people like you, who are struggling. Feel free to fill out a request for an anonymous article written just for you and your problem.http://www.villagewarz.com/apps/blog/
Also a GREAT guy has created a song called "Tell Her She's Beautiful" inspired by this event! Check it out (created by David Ishizaka)http://www.youtube.c.../watch?v=4PClUAShOP8
For those interested, I will be posting videos for the event and such on my Youtube channel. I will also be posting other things for my art class, check it out http://www.youtube.c...er/JimmysInTheClouds
On a final note, I'm not exactly adding anyone anymore. I have added a few of you wonderful people, but no one seemed to add me with any specific purpose. So unless there is a special reason, I will not add anymore people on my profile. I do however appreciate the comments you guys send to m, when you send me a friend request, and I read and enjoy each and every one of them. I also personally answer every message I receive
So feel free to message!
For those that did send me a message this way and I haven't answered to it, it's because I wasn't able to send you a message back. I appreciate your messages either way though
Thank you very much, you are all beautiful.
Due to abuse of posting, no one is allowed to post pictures, links or videos anymore. Sorry guys
some people are just a little too immature.
So some media wanted to interview me, and I gladly answered all of the questions, more on the way!
Steph Jordan Living In Color: http://stephjordanin...utiful-josh-did.html
Rebecca Burstein Ryerson in the Moment: http://ryerson2010.p...-fight-poor-body-ima