Quite recently, we had covered a story about a 20-year-old blogger who revealed the dark side of being beautiful. Her article was published in the cosmopolitan, and an article as unconventional as this was bound to be seen by the general public in a negative light. And so did happen. People believe that her views came from a place of conceit, and their response is worth seeing. Check it out.
Felicia Czochanski complains of being too beautiful, saying that people judge her from her looks. She says that this does not allow her to showcase her talent. She is tired of all the googling eyes. "Imagine how it feels to have heads turn and all eyes on you when you are simply trying to get to where you need to be," she continues. "It doesn't make me feel beautiful or sexy. It makes me feel like there's something wrong with me. The scrutiny is never ending."
Felicia describes herself as a "girlie girl" who is "5-foot-5 (168cm) with blonde hair, big hazel eyes, 34DDs, and toned calves." Yet despite her best efforts, she complains, "people seemed to forget or simply ignore my accomplishments. They disregarded the fact that I'm an athlete, I'm intelligent, and I'm incredibly ambitious."