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Why are Girls such B*tches • THE little ISSUE

July 17, 2015

According to this Cosmo article, women have been bitchy for centuries. Apparently before we were modern day bitches we were cave bitches, all because we had to compete for a male to breed with. Typical that the birth of this attitude originates with men – tsk. But also, we have evolved now; we don’t need to live in caves, we don’t need to make fire nor do we have to go and hunt wild animals in the jungle (unless your Single in the city of London) – so why do some women still feel the need to be bitches?

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When I use the term bitchy or bitch, I am not generalizing and talking about all females as one group. No. And I understand that girls disagree, they argue, they say mean things, maybe even throw around the word ‘bitch’, they get into fights and they fall out. I’m not talking about those girls either. I’m talking about the girls who put other girls down for no reason, the girls who give evil looks, the silent treatment, give back handed compliments or exaggerate a whole story until they have basically (and intentionally) started a completely untrue rumor about someone. And you’d think I was talking solely about girls in high school, but I’m afraid that as you head into the grown-up world it doesn’t go away.

I would be a big fat liar if I said I wasn’t or had never been a bitch. I’ve had my my moments, especially when I was younger; I was hanging around with a group of girls where it was frowned upon to love yourself. They looked down at girls who had talent, success, or who were brave enough to be different. If a girl seemed happy and she didn’t need the group, it was protocol to bitch about her and bring her down. Our Queen Bee, our very own Regina George, pretty much controlled who was in and who was out. Even if I didn’t always feel comfortable with some of the comments made, I went along with it because otherwise I would be next. I look back now and I HATE who I was.

It’s only since moving away from girls like that, growing up and discovering who I really am, and realising that it’s okay to be different and it’s okay to be weird, that I’ve learnt it’s okay, in fact, it’s more than okay to love yourself and that girls should love other girls and support each other, not put each other down.

So in this months THE little ISSUE episode, I decided to talk about bitchy girls, and wanted to open up about exactly what happened with my own bitch clan and how I felt victimized by them, even upto the age of 28 years old. Check out the brand new video below…

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