About me: Carrietta N. "Carrie" White is the title character and protagonist of American author Stephen King's first published 1974 horror novel, Carrie.
In every adaptation and portrayal of Carrie, she is portrayed as a high school outcast, loathed, taunted, scorned, insulted, slandered, confronted, and verbally and physically abused by students and her mother Margaret White, an abusive, and unstable religious fanatic. At the age of sixteen, she has her first menstrual period in the showers at school, accidentally bursting a light bulb with her telekinetic and telepathic abilities. After being humiliated in front of the entire school during the prom, in a cruel prank involving pig's blood, an enraged Carrie uses her powers to massacre her classmates and the entire town of Chamberlain, Maine.
Carrie White is blonde-haired with brown eyes, full-figured, has acne, and is not considered good looking, though she is described as having been very pretty as a little girl. Carrie is shy, lonely, and isolated. She is severely bullied at school. Her widowed mother, Margaret White, is a religious fanatic who beats her daughter and throws her into a "prayer closet" whenever she does something that her mother doesn't like, including experiencing her first menstrual period, which her mother insists is a punishment for some sort of sin.