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Stories of Resilience
Wear Your Voice
A few weeks later, Amanda's symptoms had progressed to stumbling around like she was drunk. After multiple doctor visits, she was able to discover her diagnosis and reclaim her voice.
Activist writer, Ariel Henley shares how she deals with stares and how her childhood experience changed her to the woman she is today.
Let Them Come
After consciously deciding to take a step back, Tulsi
Vagjiani's work continues to broaden the South Asian beauty standard and inspires us to live authentically.
What about others?
After her insurance decided to cut her aid and thus, put her college degree at stake, Anna Landre decides to take action for herself and others.
Disfigurement and Intimacy
Many of us remember our first time, b
ut few of us remember having to conceal our disfigurement.
On this blog we discuss how intimacy is as much about acceptance as it is about advocacy.
Twenty five diagnoses later, Tara was able to discover what many doctors couldn't. Her determination is exemplary.
Learning to Love
At 47 years old and a without warning, Stephanie is re-learning that what matters is on the inside.
In the image conscious world we live in, it is easy to get bogged down by the concept of perfection. Read more to see what we think about it.
Scoliosis: New Me
After multiple diagnoses, Kiara shares what she looks forward to and how she chooses to make peace with her current state.
My Psoriasis Journey
After a long journey of medical trials, Brittany finds a new treatment that boosts her confidence and shares how she copes on her low-days.
The Vest That Changed My Life
Karen had her safety taken away from her, but a vest she bought the next day changed her life forever.
Becoming the Representation
Aware that not many people like her are in her industry, Valerie sets out to become the representation.
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