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I’m a married woman with 2 small children and a Michael Myers strong people dont put others down shirt. The pressure is so pervasive and intense that the only way I can maintain good mental health is by rebelling against all expectations. I’ve accepted that I have good days where I am closer to my best self, bad days where I am farther from my best self, and that’s just life. I try to be forgiving and kind to myself because I know how unforgiving society will be towards me if I ever screw up. Women still get blamed for a lot of things. Society hasn’t really meaningfully corrected its misogyny.
I mean, if something is kinda funny I’ll laugh, but when I say I laugh at horror movies it’s usually a compliment. I really like being scared, it’s an enjoyable emotion, and so when a movie or something actually presents a terrifying concept or a clever scare, my reaction is to grin and giggle because I’m having so much fun (I’m like a baby playing peek-a-boo).For example, there’s a pretty clever jumpscare in Resident Evil 8 that I loved; I was giddy and smiling for a few minutes afterward just because it was so well done and actually got me.