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to jon-benet ramsey: if you would have lived to grow up and be a woman would you have any memories of ever being a girl? if you ever got old and found a wrinkle in your face or a creak in your bones, would you know how to deal with it? or would you just swallow a handful of pills to make yourself comfortable, like you would have learned from your mother? would you ever have become suicidal? the difficulties of being forever plastic would surely have gotten to you sooner or later, not to mention the pressure to never even wear your favorite gown twice. would you have ever felt even a twinge of guilt for that? or would you have gotten smart? would you have run away as a disgusted teenager and started a campaign to free the world's three year old beauty queen puppets? or would you have grown up big and strong and wrapped your fingers around your mother's neck, crushing her trachea and grinding her epiglottus into her esophagus while standing on your daddy's throat?
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