Holocaust victim and famous diarist described the terrifying persecution she faced for being born a Jewish and her diary became one of the most famous stories about Holocaust that has been told from the first person. But on one page, partly censored, the girl described one thing which is common for her and the rest of teen girls all over the world – love attractions. Before the Nazi regime came to her homeland Anne had a friend named Jacqueline van Maarsen of whom she wrote: “I already had these kinds of feelings subconsciously before I came here, because I remember that once when I slept with a girl friend I had a strong desire to kiss her, and that I did do so. I could not help being terribly inquisitive over her body, for she had always kept it hidden from me. I asked her whether, as a proof of our friendship, we should feel one another’s breasts, but she refused.” She also described the string of emotions she felt looking at naked female figures like Venus. Jacqueline van Maarsen later commented that she never believed there could be something more between her and Anne than friendship. But this friendship was expressed by Anne too passionately – she was jealous when found out that Jacqueline had other friends except her. Jacqueline liked being with Anne but clarified that there was some boarder they should not have crossed and Anne accepted it.