I'm a 16 year old girl and my parents

I'm a 16 year old girl and my parents say that I'm not allowed to read Cosmopolitan magazine. I was curious about it, so I bought it at the local Stop & Shop and hid it up in my room where they won't find it. I know they won't because they won't go in there.

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  • I really believed that if I used the delayed gratification principle to s** and romance that a guy wouldn't dare reject me given all my accomplishments and genetic heritage and genuine sweetness in my 30s. I also believed this about other women who might be competing with me for marriageable men, that they would not dare hurt me given all the pains and hurts I had been through in my past by simply using the delayed gratification principle to romance that it would show not only my character but also my genuineness and qualities as a "marriageable desired quality women who doesn't go out on trends or limb or impulsiveness". It hurt me that it didn't work. I sat back and thought "how dare they reject me!" and "how dare they hurt me" because I was looking at it from my moral muscle that is well oiled and developed and the "do un to others as you would have them do to you" concept but I found that fewer and fewer people live my thing value methodology now. I didn't delay sexual gratification deliberately I just couldn't find any man I liked and then I was raped by someone I couldn't stand who was the opposite of everything I had wanted and worked for. I wonder how those people live with themselves to be honest. I couldn't rape a woman who was sexually tortured for 15 years but still a virgin at 29. I mean he burnt my skin gave me bruises and hit me and would throw a hand out anytime to grope at my crutch at 5 years of age. it was a h*** I wouldn't wish on someone but now I think. "I hope they face their days of h*** and suffering" that is the human side of me coming out. I would be interested to see how they feel now to see how they f***** up my life however, I would love to see it hurt them and crush their hearts like they crushed mine and also for the men who rejected me, the employers who rejected me as well.

  • ^that is everywhere you look anyways^

  • There is a ton of influential advertising that might hurt her self esteem though. Know what I mean?

  • They are worried about you having s**, which is dumb, because you would have s** when you wanted to anyway. Cosmo gives great s** advice. I learned a lot from Cosmo.

  • Yeah, at 16 you aren't an adult, but on the other hand you should be preparing yourself for adulthood. What do parents expect, that they can keep kids shut off from the outside world until age 18 and then suddenly turn them loose? It's no wonder so many young adults have problems, they're probably overwhelmed. I can't see where a 16-year-old would find anything in Cosmo that's more shocking than what any 12-year-old can pull up on the Internet.

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