To Be Who We Are
The profile pictures of my friends on social media were quite surprising, but what surprised me more was how I sometimes try to make my lips a bit redder, and how I sometimes imagine myself with slightly bigger eyes. No one can completely avoid the powers of Yancy. Though we always call for diversity, the media has already put our minds into a serious state of conformity. Time no longer develops us into unique individuals with different characteristics but only turns us into people who look uniform. We should try to be who we are, not who the world wants us to be.