Sunday, November 25, 2007



Anonymous said...

I don't think you need to look like everyone, but often times certain cultural and tradiational values aren't accepted by others here as it would in other countries and perhaps that alienates people to only be around people like them. I personally don't feel like I'm accepted here as readily as perhaps a pale skinned protestant.

Anonymous said... kinda do. Just like the hippies in the '70s had to decide whether to cut their hair or continue to be pointed out as being different; just like the punks with pink spiked hair and safety pins through their cheeks weren't accepted by everyone.

Anonymous said...

or perhaps you could move to Britain where being a hippie with long hair is considered normal in glasgow and having pink spiky hair is just the fad in Gloucester... But it'd be a pity for your country... Variety is the stuff of life you know... ;-p


exBrit in Indonesia, where the women are either all covered up (Aceh) or have nothing on them at all (Bali):-)

Anonymous said...

hi, meh i fink its juss the fact that people stand out too much in such a different way that they aren't as accepted as others, but yea.. u dunt mind if i use the picture for my assignment on belonging do u??

Sana Ali said...

i don't mind as long as you give me credit.