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We think that all the normal kids have the phones, the latest clothing trends, fit in very well, and that the weird ones, they have what they're given.
As a weird kid myself I'm going to tell you what it's like from our point of view.
Every time we're picked on for being weird, we fall into this state of worry, we feel the need to fit in.
Sure, all of say some weird things but we aren't weird. I wish everyone would get it right, and stop excluding people just because we're different.
We'll never be the same, but our differences should bring us together, not tear us apart.
Martin Luther King Jr. helped to end segregation.
Dr. Seuss said "a person is a person, no matter how big, or how small."
Lots of us say "normal is weird and weird is normal." I wish ‘normal’ and ‘weird’ didn't exist, I wish we would stop classifying people with terms and words, and just classify them as people.