Month: December 2017

Julianne Hough

“I got bullied in high school big time. I had just come back from London and was the new kid. People looked at me like, she thinks she’s all that. And because I didn’t know how to talk to them, maybe I did come across that way? I don’t know. I got asked to prom by a guy, and he ended up ditching me that day because the girls told him to do it. They made up rumors when I was on a choir trip that I did naughty things. And then I got invited to a party when I was 15, and my dad took me there because I couldn’t drive –but it was an abandoned house. I was like maybe they’re in the back, and my dad was like I don’t think they are sweetheart.” Red Book Magazine

Anna Lynne McCord

-McCord talks about being sexually assaulted, and what it took for her to come to terms with what happened to her, and breaking the silence.
“I have a message for women and young girls: Don’t put yourself in a box. Don’t let the polite lies of society silence you. Honestly, I would endure everything all over again–it has led me to my own revolution.”  Cosmo Magazine

Taylor Swift

“If I had to give my younger self some advice, it would be that you have to laugh at things. You have to laugh at things that scare you, things that intimidate you, and things that hurt you. You have to laugh when you’re humiliated, when you’re rejected. Maybe not immediately, but at a certain point, you have to be able to turn whatever bad experience you’ve had into a funny dinner party joke.”  People Magazine