mental health and identity 🌟
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It's fascinating how different I'm treated depending on what color my hair is. I've become comfortable with knowing that I'm Jessie Paege with or without colored hair... However, it's super interesting as to how different my treatment is depending on my appearance. I definitely get some odd comments and got hit on by more gross humans when I was blonde. Society has a funny way of deeming silly things like hair colors as indicators of who a person is. News flash: blonde hair doesn't mean you want to get hit on, blue hair doesn't mean you want attention, etc. Ok, LOVE YOU ALL! So much. Jessie xx
thanks for the love, brendon 😩
in one week I recorded a song for the first time and filmed a music video with my amazing pal @lucyandlamer :') After a year of very difficult mental health, I've learned the best self care is pushing myself and creating. Also, I've discussed sexuality on my platform in a very educational format, which I still plan to do and genuinely adore doing. However, I wanted to also portray how beautiful, fun, and freeing it can be to come to terms with a part of yourself that you've hidden for years. I didn't know how to portray this, but I now realize that a song was exactly what I needed 🏳️🌈 To all loving and accepting humans of all identities, you're loved and celebrated in this video. To anyone that has realized any part of themselves, regardless of it's sexuality, this is for you. I was told I could never do a creative career. I was told that I could never move to Los Angeles by myself. I was told that I couldn't work to become a female electric guitarist. No one deserves to invalidate a part of you that feels right. You deserve to celebrate discovering identity. Proud of us. LOVE, Jessie xx
happy late #nationalcomingoutday 🏳️🌈 I send love to all those that live with feelings of fear of embracing their identities. I’m rooting for you. You have a whole LGBTQ+ family rooting for you. (photo inspired by angel @sydneyserena 💖) also stream not a phase on spotify to clear your skin
I always don’t want to lay my problems on other people and hate talking about how I feel...but it’s SO important. You all deserve a support system. It’s absolutely valid to want to talk about how you feel and what you’re going through. Internalizing poor mental health is extremely detrimental and can lead to things getting SO MUCH WORSE (I speak from personal experience). The people that care about you will be there, even if it’s just to listen. In return, I always listen to my friends and try to do everything in my power to see them live their best lives and be the happiest they can be 🥺 I love you all so much. Rooting for you, always :’) Jessie
one woman's success is not another woman's downfall. Let's lift each other up and support each other. Challenge yourself. Be competitive with yourself. View other's accomplishments as proof that you can accomplish great things as well. Don't view other's accomplishments as something to fuel jealousy and self-doubt. Rise up and feel empowered by other humans. Your life is your own and you have so much power. Own that sh*t!