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No I'm not from America and yes I believe climate change is very real. There's nothing cynical about it for there's literally been done recent studies about people's concern with the environment in my country that show those results. I didn't just pull my statements out of thin air. I don't agree that it's fair to critize her for this time and time again and I especially don't think it's justified to speculate about her mental health when those topics have nothing to do with her channel. She started using metal straws after seeing it mentioned here and even then, doing one eco-friendly thing isn't exactly jumping on the green-washing bandwagon or trying to pretend to be eco friendly. It's just that, using metal straws and nothing more. Anyway I don't think this is the place for an infinite yes she deserves to be critized-no she doesn't discussion so 🤷 I'll just respect we have different opinons (and I think that's okay)
From the little footage in the video, it looks nice to me. Nothing extraordinary, but nice and I wouldn't mind living there. It looks stylish and clean. I like that. 'Cosy, warm and personal' just seem like synonyms for a cluttered livingspace to me.
I mean good for you that you're doing so well, I applaud you for that, but I can say with certainty that I don't know any people myself included that only buy clothes once a year. And the average person I know doesn't care about not being wasteful unless it's for their own benefit of saving money. I'm not condemning her behaviour but I also don't think that she deserves having people nag about her wastefulness time and time again when it doesn't directly have anything to do with her channel and the average person doesn't exactly have an eco-friendly mindset either.
Sure her shopping behaviour is damaging for the environment but let's be honest, almost everyone does stuff on a daily base that's not an absolute necessity but damaging to the environment. I know I do.
Just scroll through her comments on YouTube, there's always fans asking for meet and greets... I'm pretty sure that meet and greets make the viewer/fan feel more personally connected to the youtuber and therefore more likely to keep watching. It seems like a smart move to do meet and greets to me
No one here wishes trauma upon Taylor. Have you even tried to understand what people've been saying? Stating that her chubby past doesn't really have place in a speech for business students and that her "work hard achieve your dreams xoxo" persona seems disgenuine when she's had other people's money to relay on all her life are pretty valid arguments.