To whom it may concern:

I think you're beautiful.I think you're amazing.
Even without the makeup you always insisted upon hiding behind.
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LoveLife
I get what you're saying, LoveLife. I understand what you mean about hiding behind the makeup because she didn't feel confident in her natural beauty...a few of my close friends are the same. As for me, I don't bother with it. It just gets in the way.
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Firefly728
It's a personal thing. I thought this website was supposed to be about giving one little outlet to a secret, but turns out it's much more of a community. Deep apologies. The makeup was more or less of a tool to express her lack of expression; a mask to hide what was actually kind of apparent. They certainly are never morally good, I can tell you that. Never the collective, society-centered morally good. But that is quite the different subject.
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LoveLife
These comments make no sense to me. Who is beautiful? And makeup doesn't hide a person and half the time it doesn't even make them look better. I don't believe that people are inherently good either.
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usernameme
That darkness just makes you one of the same! Your humanity, no matter how black you appear to a collective morality, is simply you. You only live this life once, you know. Do as you, not the collective, wishes.
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LoveLife
I'm as black on the inside as they come.

There is nothing in me that is worth admiring.

People just keep insist on telling me I'm a good person.