This is my second submission, and I am feeling awesome about my nose and my entire face. I love everything about it.
(submitted by tuesdai)

This is my second submission, and I am feeling awesome about my nose and my entire face. I love everything about it.

(submitted by tuesdai)

I thought the bullying would stop once I’d left school, but complete strangers still make comments about it, even now. I’ve been bullied so much and for so long that I have anxiety, but I’m slowly trying to overcome it. Everyone who’s submitted on this blog is beautiful! I hope I can learn to see that in myself someday.
(submitted by irenicpie)

I thought the bullying would stop once I’d left school, but complete strangers still make comments about it, even now. I’ve been bullied so much and for so long that I have anxiety, but I’m slowly trying to overcome it. Everyone who’s submitted on this blog is beautiful! I hope I can learn to see that in myself someday.

(submitted by irenicpie)

The amount of grief and anxiety that has been caused by my nose is absurd. I hate society for making me feel so… different. For me, it’s the little things that really get to me. These little subconscious indicators that people send. A quick touch to the nose, as if to make sure their perfect little socially acceptable nose still looks okay. It’s like I’ve made them uncomfortable simply because I exist the way that I do. The worst part is that it’s constant. It’s everywhere. I can’t avoid it. Everyone does it. The people I love, the people I look up to, and sometimes the worst, people I’ve just met. It’s like my nose precedes me. It says enough about me to people that I don’t even know and I hate it. It’s more than a loss of happiness and acceptance—its a loss of freedom. I hate it and I hate everyone who “enforces” it. I’ve grown numb to life to avoid the pain. I’m not sure I believe in true love anymore, not for me at least.
-Andrew

The amount of grief and anxiety that has been caused by my nose is absurd. I hate society for making me feel so… different. For me, it’s the little things that really get to me. These little subconscious indicators that people send. A quick touch to the nose, as if to make sure their perfect little socially acceptable nose still looks okay. It’s like I’ve made them uncomfortable simply because I exist the way that I do. The worst part is that it’s constant. It’s everywhere. I can’t avoid it. Everyone does it. The people I love, the people I look up to, and sometimes the worst, people I’ve just met. It’s like my nose precedes me. It says enough about me to people that I don’t even know and I hate it. It’s more than a loss of happiness and acceptance—its a loss of freedom. I hate it and I hate everyone who “enforces” it. I’ve grown numb to life to avoid the pain. I’m not sure I believe in true love anymore, not for me at least.

-Andrew

So this is my big nose, I’m still a long from loving it. I’m insanely jealous of girls with small noses. I toyed around with the idea of getting it pierced but decided not to so I wouldn’t draw attention to my massive obvious flaw. I’ve never been bullied about it, a few cruel things said but nothing I couldn’t handle. My brother has the exact same nose as I do and we got it from our mum so it runs in the family I guess.
(submitted by theythinkwewasteourlives)

So this is my big nose, I’m still a long from loving it. I’m insanely jealous of girls with small noses. I toyed around with the idea of getting it pierced but decided not to so I wouldn’t draw attention to my massive obvious flaw. I’ve never been bullied about it, a few cruel things said but nothing I couldn’t handle. My brother has the exact same nose as I do and we got it from our mum so it runs in the family I guess.

(submitted by theythinkwewasteourlives)

it’s a fatty & I kinda like it! 
-T

it’s a fatty & I kinda like it! 

-T

((I’ve always hated my nose, but this blog made me feel a bit better about it~ thank you for making this~.))
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((I’ve always hated my nose, but this blog made me feel a bit better about it~ thank you for making this~.))

(submitted by a-full-chess-board)

Such a wonderful blog with so many beautiful people and noses! It gives me pride to possess one. Here’s a few pics of my schnoz, probably not quite up to par with the others I’ve seen on here but oh well. I’d been made fun of for it a lot in the past, but I’m glad I have it. I would never change it, because it’s what makes me uniquely me. No one else can have my nose, this way, from birth. But there a a jillion other carbon copies of perfect noses out there. Perfection is boring and that’s something I, or any of you, should refuse to be. :)
(submitted by getreal-advice)

Such a wonderful blog with so many beautiful people and noses! It gives me pride to possess one. Here’s a few pics of my schnoz, probably not quite up to par with the others I’ve seen on here but oh well. I’d been made fun of for it a lot in the past, but I’m glad I have it. I would never change it, because it’s what makes me uniquely me. No one else can have my nose, this way, from birth. But there a a jillion other carbon copies of perfect noses out there. Perfection is boring and that’s something I, or any of you, should refuse to be. :)

(submitted by getreal-advice)

I have never liked my nose but I wont let that ever stand in the way of me feeling pretty or being happy. But to be honest I have made the decision that if I ever have a few extra thousand dollars laying around     ( I’m betting I wont ever have lol) then I might actually get a nose job…..might…lol
(submitted by bramblesheep)

I have never liked my nose but I wont let that ever stand in the way of me feeling pretty or being happy. But to be honest I have made the decision that if I ever have a few extra thousand dollars laying around     ( I’m betting I wont ever have lol) then I might actually get a nose job…..might…lol

(submitted by bramblesheep)

I have struggled with low self esteem about six years now, mainly because of my nose. In May, I’m turning seventeen. I don’t like the way it looks on my face. I’m not happy with my appearance no matter, but this is one flaw I really don’t like. I have several times considered plastic surgery, but now I’m trying to get happy and pleased with my outcome. Most of the people I know say that it fits perfect on my face and that i would look weird with another nose, and that it gives me character. This is the way I have been created and I deserve to love myself for who I am.
(submitted by odainspo)

I have struggled with low self esteem about six years now, mainly because of my nose. In May, I’m turning seventeen. I don’t like the way it looks on my face. I’m not happy with my appearance no matter, but this is one flaw I really don’t like. I have several times considered plastic surgery, but now I’m trying to get happy and pleased with my outcome. Most of the people I know say that it fits perfect on my face and that i would look weird with another nose, and that it gives me character. This is the way I have been created and I deserve to love myself for who I am.

(submitted by odainspo)

Dee.

Dee.