Reign: Think of it this way: maybe they're the ones who are insecure in the first place because you're wearing makeup, and they show that insecurity through teasing you. Nonetheless, don't stop doing something that makes you feel good about yourself just because of petty criticism. Wear makeup for yourself and not for others.
Anna: Lift fist up. Proceed to to lift your middle finger. Kidding aside, tell them to stop it because that's really rude of them. Lay it gently and I'm sure they'll understand. I give you props for continuing to put makeup to enhance your face. Makeup isn't about hiding your face in color and cream but enhancing your features with color and cream.
"How do I get rid of first day of college jitters?"
Reign: You're not alone in this because a lot of people probably feel the same way. They all have to go through the first day of college and whether it will turn out good or bad...I don't know how to word this out in any other way but, FUCK IT. It's only the first day and it's okay if you get lost or don't have any friends yet because it's. the. first. day. You have a gazillion more days to learn about campus life and whatnot.
Anna: I can't say you can get rid of it that easily. I can't say you can get rid of it at all because everyone's scared on their first day. So I suggest go bond with your fellow scared people. Just release those jitters as society-acceptable as possible.
"You know what sucks about being pansexual? Everyone assumes you'd date anyone, and I mean anyone. I really wanna tell my friends to stop making fun of me by pointing out every person and asking, 'Do you think that person is cute?'"
Anna: We actually have an article talking about gender right here. Show it to your friends. Tell them that they should stop that because that is seriously insensitive and rude. Just because you're pansexual doesn't mean you could fall for anyone. It means gender doesn't matter to you. Emphasize that to them, with respect of course, and hopefully they'll understand.
Reign: First, point out that they're being very inconsiderate and disrespectful about your sexuality. Second, explain to them about being pansexual and teach them that even though you can like anyone regardless of their sexual identity, that doesn't mean you can like them just because of that, get what I mean?