Claiming “quite an advantage”, the TikTok star says her lifelong search for a true best friend ended with her appearance.
A woman talks about her struggle to make friends because of her beautiful appearance.
TikTok user Ariana reveals that she is desperate to find a best friend, but her ‘beautiful privilege’ has always been on the way, The sun Report
Ariana admits she expects to be “attacked” for talking about the negative aspects of being handsome.
Speaking in his video, he said: “Of course the beautiful privilege is something we know it, we know it has many advantages but there is also a bad side that no one talks about.”
“I don’t have many girlfriends. It’s something I’ve struggled with for a long time and I don’t really understand why.
The girls always say ‘Oh my God, I love you so much, you’re so beautiful, we’re going to hang out, we’re going to do it, we’re going to do it’ and the time comes and I’ve always dropped out and talked badly behind me.
“It’s never understood because I’m always so kind and so genuine.
“I’m honestly confident that it has nothing to do with my personality.”
Ariana explained how she would go home every weekend during university because she had no friends, and would cry to her mother.
Her mother eventually explained that people were reluctant to befriend her because “people don’t like to be the most beautiful person in the room” and she “scares people.”
He continued: “It’s not something I think, everyone is beautiful, I love women.”
“I literally cry once a month about how ugly I feel.”
Ariana explains that she has finally found a group of boys who are now her closest friends, but she is still looking for a female bestie.
“I women are tired of thinking that we are all in a competition, we are all beautiful, can we just be friends?” Ariana said.
“People always think that beautiful people have friends, and they’re just keeping it alive but we’re really lonely people.”
Speaking directly to the camera, he added: “Girls, I want to be your friend – I’m looking for helpful women.
“I just want a best friend soul mate, I’ll go through hell with you and for you – where are you?”
Her video has received more than 2.7 million views since then, with many other women admitting they have had similar experiences.
One wrote: “Oh. My. Creator. I thought I was the only one.”
“I literally feel it,” added another, while a third wrote, “She’s OK, say it out loud.”
However, there were those who disagreed, arguing that there must be other reasons why he was struggling to make friends.
One commented: “You are denying other reasons why you should not make girl friends. There are many beautiful girls who do not feel it.”
This post originally appeared The sun And republished with full permission