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Being the only son to a tyrannical father.
The fact that I'm being completely overlooked by my parents just because I'm a girl.
Being pregnant during a time when there is questionable reproductive health care.
My significant other and I are fighting AGAIN.
I'm royalty, I'm SUPPOSED to be next in line for the throne.
I'm also royalty, but you wouldn't know it, because I'm never going to be given the chance to rule.
Well let me just say I’m a lower-class woman living in a time where women were powerless.
I've had a lot of access to my parents' wealth up until recently.
Well my father always said that your social position is a reflection of how worthy you are as a person.
Despite what everyone else says I actually think that actions speak louder than class.
My main job in life is to have as many healthy babies as possible.
I always have to be the person in control and respected in all relationships, no matter the price.
I definitely believe in it. Sometimes weird and scary things happen without explanation.
Maybe. I’ve never had any experience with it myself, but I’ve heard stories.
I think it’s possible, but the real things you should be afraid of are the everyday horrors.
Monsters aren’t creatures that hide under your bed. They’re cheating spouses and ungrateful parents...those are things you need to be concerned about.
Life is always dreary and spooky, not to mention physically difficult. I don’t think I have the strength to handle all of it. Life is rough when you’re constantly sick.
I’ve grown up in a massive spooky place. It’s dark and dreary, with secrets hidden in every corner.
Pretty normal, nothing compared to these scary stories that seem to be popular with the younger generation.
I’m in a Midwestern wasteland. Slowly rotting away with the lack of intellectual stimulation.
I want to be a strong, powerful ruler and make my father proud.
I’m not really sure, I feel like I don’t have much of say in regards to my future.
I’m going to be a good mother. It’s so sad to see all these children grow up without mothers.
I want my husband to respect and appreciate me, if not then I’m going to find my own way out.
I've always had this strange phobia of helmets...
Honestly? My own father, he is a kind of scary and powerful guy.
Not being able to see my children grow up.
Never feeling important or respected ever again.
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