The short story of "Girls with Cherry Lipstick Smiles" written by Giselle P. is beautifully described, but described the wrong idea. The narrator of the story is, yes, loving herself for who she is, but also has the tone of believing that the girls with cherry lipstick smiles are inferior or empty. In addition, not all popular girls are like that, as well as have that much money. The author seems to be bunching popular girls into this one idea where they are flirtacious and social media obsessed. In fact, the "popular" girls at my school are not all like this one description. We have people who are intelligent, generous, and kind, and don't wear cherry lipstick smiles, but genuine ones.