At 16 I was a high school drop-out.
I finished Year 10 desperate to get out into the real world because I wanted to earn my way into independence. I paid for driving lessons out of my own pocket, had a stable job with a great career in sight, and couldn’t wait to get my driver’s licence so I could go out and explore the world.
By the time I hit 17, all I wanted to do was party with my friends and live life. Boys and my own sexuality weren’t important. Fast forward 10 years and girls at that age are nothing like my generation. It’s incredibly scary.
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