the girl thinks she's way ahead for her age and thing is, the arrogance and loose use of words couldn't be more 16 year-old girl.. even the fact that she thinks she's too mature to date boys her age.. little does she know about 'mature' men dating a 16 year-old girl..
Hah, if only Lolita could be added to a teenager's reading list...
I don't like Taylor at all but what a great cover! I'm so glad they chose that pic (over the second). It's simple and fresh, and she looks pretty cute all around. I wish she didn't imply that older men were automatically emotionally mature, but I don't blame her for not digging the whole high school scene.
I was worried about Teen Vogue for a while there, but Emma's issue was wonderful, and this one seems like a fun read too.
In regards to the interview.
I appreciate her honesty, it was insightful, i feel like i know how she thinks.
Ofcourse she knows she's pretty, whats wrong with that. She was not directly calling herself pretty either.
So what she likes older guys, get over it people.
The girl is more of an adult than some adults out there.
She IS independent and DOES live an adult life.
Taylor is a sweet girl who's more like a teenager than she thinks. We've all been there!
Haha this. Her arrogance is a bit annoying, but I know I probably sounded the exact same way at 16.
Still a bit funny how she brushes off "typical high school girls" when that is the main teen vogue audience.