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But Instagram’s simplicity is also deceiving: look more closely, and you find the Rosetta Stone of girl angst: a way for tweens and teens to find out what their peers really think of them (Was that comment about my dress a joke or did she mean it?), who likes you (Why wasn’t I included in that picture?It’s a thrill to be featured on the banner that any visitor to the page will see — but not unusual to get deleted after a fight or bad day, in plain, humiliating sight of all your friends. Don’t tag the girl who is obviously in a picture, crop her out of it entirely, refuse to follow back the one who just tried to follow you, or simply post a photo a girl is not in.These are cryptic messages adults miss but which girls hear loud and clear.As a Public Barometer of Popularity Instagram lets you tag your friends to announce that you’ve posted a new photo of them.
It’s an impossible ask (and one I’ve studied for over a decade) – so girls respond by taking their true feelings underground.As 13 year-old Leah told me, “Just because people don’t write me a paragraph on Instagram doesn’t mean they don’t like me.” Rachel Simmons is the co-founder of Girls Leadership Institute and the author of the New York Times bestselling book, “Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls” and “The Curse of the Good Girl: Raising Authentic Girls With Courage and Confidence.” Follow her on Twitter @racheljsimmons.Variety event in 2014, adding that husband John Legend also identifies: "He’s a bigger feminist than I am!Birthday collages on Instagram are elaborate public tributes, filled with inside jokes, short videos, and pictures of memories you may not have been a part of. I’ve loved you the longest edge to these birthday posts,” one parent told me.Collages that document the intensity or length of a relationship are a chance to celebrate a friend – or prove just how close you are to the birthday girl.
), even how many people like them (if you post and get too few likes, you might feel “Instashame,” as one young woman calls it).