Story 877

I have three older half-sisters all with blue eyes and fair hair, the youngest being white blonde. Growing up in the seventies I was fed by the media that men preferred blond, blue eyed women. In the northwest of England with my black hair and dark eyes I began my life being tormented for how I looked. The main thing I was bullied about were my hairy legs and arms. It then went on to being persecuted about my moustache and unibrow. I hated myself. I wanted to be hairless and blonde. I never got over this self loathing and, as a 50 year old woman, still hate my skin and body. I hope that times have progressed and people no longer have these ridiculous ideas for how people should look🤞🤞🤞