Being normal in one definition would be belonging to majority in every aspect.
Race, age, sexuality, state of mind, politics, religion, etc. I don't think there's a
single person on this planet who's absolutely "normal". Usually the one's who consider
themselves to be normal, accuse others of being not; "That's not normal behavior" and so on.
But who can definitively claim to be "normal"? Every human being is an individual, every one
has their own flaws and that is what makes us unique. That is what makes us interesting.
There is no normality
My opinion is that normality is an abstraction, it doesn't exist in one single person.
It is all about majority and nothing about minority. What the majority of people are, is usually
considered "normal". But every one of us belong to some minority. If you are a white
heterosexual middle-aged male with two-point-five kids, there's still dozens of things
that put you in some minority. Maybe you have a smaller dick or bigger ears than what's
"normal"? Don't go shoot yourself yet, though, because being not "normal" is actually quite
"normal", as no one is absolutely and definitively "normal". That makes the conception of
normality a bit contradictory.
Striving for normality is the disease of human kind
Trying to be "normal" in every aspect is like denying your true self. No one is "normal",
so if you try to be one, you would have to give up some of your "abnormal" qualities. And those
qualities are what make you who you are.
If someone has an obsession of being "normal", that's his own problem. Everyone should have the
freedom of doing what they want with their lives. As long as that person doesn't try to make
others to be like him. Everyone else should have the freedom of doing what they want with
their lives as well.
The most normal person in the world would probably be the most boring person in the world.