Let's call it what it is: Girl Porn

It started at such a young age when a (hear me) HEALTHY thing like make believe came into our lives. Already my 2 1/2 year old is obsessed with being a princess. Literally she wears a princess dress and heels every where we go. And there is nothing wrong with this. But it’s when we first became hooked to “happily ever after.”

But this fairytale fantasy continues into our teenage years as we enter into the world of chick flicks. Again, not necessarily a bad thing. Until our lives mimic or don’t mimic what we see on the big screen. And enters the worthlessness, shame, regret or loneliness. Because in comparison to our favorite characters our life will never measure up. So we escape into their lives, even if just for an hour hoping for things to change.
And as we get older our make believe becomes something we don’t broadcast like we did in our sparkly tiaras and movie nights with our BFFs. But we justify that it’s ok because, well at least we aren’t looking at playgirl or reading this book or seeing that movie. Plus, we don’t hang out in this trance forever. We are too busy for that.

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