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An inside look at being a "popular girl". The frank comments from Eliza and her friends give us food for thought.

 



Questions

1) "People consider us to be snots," says Eliza. "From our clothing, we became the pretty group of girls". Based on what Eliza is saying, why do you think people consider these girls to be "snots"?

2) Missy says people have expectations of her and her clique of popular girls. Whose expectations are these?

3) Why do you think they find it necessary or important to fulfill these expectations?

4) To what extent are these girls active players in constricting their own identities?

Read more about Eliza in her bio.

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