It's MMMMonday, when we bring you special maintainer-curated content to enrich your VP experience! You can find this and other MMMMonday posts in the future by checking out the "featured-posts" and "mmmmonday" tags.
I have learned a lot from VP over the years, and it has literally influenced and changed who I am and how I see things. I know that VP has done that for others, too. Thinking about that is really amazing to me! From that perspective comes this question: With the knowledge you have now (maybe from VP, though it totally doesn't have to be!) is there anything you wish you could go back and tell your younger self? It could be about the actual growing up process or something your younger self was going through, but it could also be about anything body-related, anything relating to your sexuality, gender identity, experiences as they relate to VP-type stuff...even a perspective change you wish you knew you would have.
Keep in mind that what's important and positive for one person to know does not reflect on those who don't know it, or who value it differently, or what-have-you. This prompt is intended to be about the individual and personal. :)