Just a little thought:
When you put hours of work into something, whether it's an essay, or an entire iPod's worth of tunes, or a cake; anything quantifiable that can be judged by another. When you've put as much thought and effort into it as you possess, and you really think you've done a good job. The emotion when you get that piece of work back, and the person marking it put nowhere near as much effort into looking at it as your attempt deserved, or someone scrolls through your music ("You still listen to them?) or someone disagrees with your cake-decorating style.
Your righteous anger when you've worked truly hard at something, and it's just not appreciated as it should be.
I wish that's how people could be when any platform, be it a television programme or an advert or an acquaintance, makes you feel bad about how you look.
'Hey, Big Shot, I've created this body with 19 year's worth of thoughts and experiences, of course you won't think it's perfect, because you have an entirely different idea of perfection to me.
But it's too late. I've put all this effort in and now I'm not going back. This is what I think is right, and I've got the evidence to prove it. I'm alive, aren't I?
Just because we have a difference of opinion over this, it doesn't mean either of us is wrong. But you should know that you can't change my view by looking down on me.
We make up a diverse and interesting world, and we need a world's population's worth of thoughts to make it as rich as it can be.'
Our appearance and our actions, all going in to create the delicious assortment of humans there are.
Stay positive, and stay yourselves.