Julie Hang has always been drawing cartoons. Ever since she was a little girl. But there is more to Julie’s dedication to her little day. Separate yourself from others and make yourself think it’s okay because she’s “not like other girls.”
I was an embarrassed, upset kid, and had a hard time making friends,”. Instead of trying to figure out my problem and try to overcome it, I thought I would not be just like the other girls. I talked about other girls, and it makes me feel like it’s a ‘cool’ thing to do.
I became decisive and assumed about my peers, before I knew them, I categorized other girls into stereotypes,” the artist said. ‘I made it a point to stay away from stereotypes that I didn’t allow myself to experience things that I thought ‘other girls’ would include shopping, grooming and getting their nails done.’ Yes. I found out later that I really enjoy it!
However, as time went on, Julie developed not only as an artist, but also as a person. He began to realize that bitterness does not lead to anything good. Meeting and getting to know more people helped open up my worldview, especially when I attended summer camp at high school and later at art school.’
‘It was a blank slate for everyone, giving me the option to leave all the categories and stereotypes to the” other girls I’ve been following for so long. So that’s what I did. What happened next can only be described as an affidavit I was separating myself from the people I thought I belonged to the most. I had “other girls”. “I had so much in common! I made lifelong friends from so many backgrounds and interests who are bright, funny, loving, gentle – there are girls who are unique in their own way
Here’s what people said about Julie’s humor and the general title “I don’t like other girls”