You may recall the Me Too protests that have swept across the globe over the last few years, with hundreds (if not thousands) marching in support of victims of sexual assault and harassment. What I often wonder is if introverts the world over will one day organize similar protests to bring awareness to their being marginalized in society. Surely, it's not in our nature to draw attention to ourselves in this fashion. Large crowds? Fiery speeches? Exposure on TV and social media? Sounds like an entrovert's dream. But when it concerns a cause about which introverts are avidly passionate, we do have what it takes to come out of our shells and demand to be heard. Introverts can, in some ways, sympathize with those the Me Too movement is attempting to give a voice to. In fact, abuse comes in many forms, and many introverts have been subjected to harsh criticism -- if not flat-out bullying -- just for keeping to themselves and showing reluctance to participate in social activiti
Created by a lifelong introvert, this blog aims to celebrate and educate on introversion, one of the most commonly misunderstood personality types. In addition to enlightening context around how introverts differ from others, the blog features engrossing content on famous introverts in history, fun facts and did you knows, suggestions for introvert-friendly activities, and personal anecdotes on how I've navigated being an introvert in a world that constantly labels and misjudges us.