Hyped Critic

My siblings and I grew up in our own world, quite literally. We were important figures in a whole new universe, Mars, with its own agenda, rules...we came up with the concept of reality TV far before ever reading George Orwell's 1984. One of our most used terms was 'hyped critic', which was our means of calling out hypocritical actions or statements that the other made.
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I'm afraid I've been just that; a hyped critic. Penning my thoughts on the world wide web and scapegoating those I know nothing about. Not to mention not following the advice I dole out, or the wise realisations I claim to have reached. That's not to say everything I say, I don't adhere to...but at times, I guess, I lose my footing on my foundational values and stray into the way of the world. This is me calling myself out.
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You see, feminism is defined as the advocacy or championing of women's rights on the basis of establishing equality between the sexes. That means standing beside fellow females as one, and not breaking them down. I wrote about the need for women to see the benefits of negativity in strengthening one's character, but that's when one makes an informed, objective critique. I, on the other hand, know nothing about the figures I've been trashing on here. I say trashing because that, in all honesty, is what I've been doing. That's not to say I don't hold those same views about their conduct, but I can see that spreading negativity about a fellow woman on the rise adds no value to my readership. In fact, it depletes your intellect by engaging you in frivolous filth such as name calling and finger pointing. Who am I to judge?
As women...strike that...as individuals, we grow. I am most definitely not the same person I was when I graduated from University, and I for sure do not intend to remain the same person a decade from now. I'm mature enough to acknowledge where I have erred and urge you all to take a good look at your conduct, to see whether it tallies with your speech (your words of wisdom during girl-time)? To segregate between the two would be creating a false impression of who you truly are. I'm not all knowing or flawless, I'm human. Being human to me, calls for me to embody what I say and do what I believe to be true. In essence, do as I say and say what I do.
"I would rather be known as an honest sinner than a lying hypocrite" Anonymous