The thing is I have felt constantly pressured into being 'bad' all my life. Doing the right thing is too uncool, it makes others look bad, it aggravate people, and its failing to play your part socially and join in on the general 'rebellion' or immoral behaviour. This reminds me of something that happened to me:
I remember a time back in high school when we had a assignment due for a technology class. I liked the class and the teacher and had spent ages working on the thing. On the day it was due, I had mine all ready to hand however we had a substitute teacher. Several of the people in the class decided they would play the substitute off the regular teacher to get away with not having done the assignment. When the sub, under the teacher's instructions, asked for the assignment they told him we gave it to the regular teacher the day before. Then the next day they said that we all handed it in to the sub and pretend they were lost somewhere in the transition. Of course, for the trick to work everyone in the class had to go along with it. I REALLY wanted to hand the assignment in but was specifically told by the others to shut my mouth. I seriously objected for several reasons, particularly morally, but was forced to go along with it, because to protest would mean social exile. You can imagine the frustration! Even though in the scheme of things it was no big deal, the principle still plays on my mind to this day - I hate that I just followed the crowd despite my better judgement. I think if it happened again I would tell them to get fucked and hand it in anyway - but things are different when you're 15.
It often seems to me that real rebellion is, in fact, being a good person and doing the right thing - as backwards as that sounds.