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Stories of Resilience
The word disfigurement makes some uncomfortable. Here is why we insist on using it.
Are YOU ready for summer?
Marije Kruis shares her pursuit to challenge misconceptions about skin cancer and rebel against ignorance.
MIGA Swimwear does BeautyCon
A couple of weeks back, I attended BeautyCon and I did not except for it to be as diverse as it was. Read more to find what group was most represented.
What about all the questions?
After being diagnosed with alopecia, McKenna starts getting a lot of questions, especially from her students. Read more to learn how she handled this like a pro.
Self-Talk and Vitiligo
Growing up in Miami is not easy. Mary Aquino shares what made her rethink the way she saw her skin condition.
Face Masks in Asia
Medical face masks are commonplace in Asia. Read more to find out why they are used so much.
What Asia Taught Me
On my most recent trip to Asia, I experienced my first public bath. What it taught me about beauty standards, body, and sexuality shocked me.
Self-Care and Paralysis
Valerie Piro shares with us how after her injury her relationship with her body changed, in ways she didn't quite expect.
Space for Me
Interview with Ellice Patterson, founder of Abilities Dance Boston, shares with us why she needed to create a space for her passion and how she views her body post- surgery.
Disability and College
After being accepted at Harvard University, Kendall decides against it because of a very important reason. Read more to find out why and to learn how to navigate college with a disability.
Friendship and Chronic Illness
Lydia Andrew shares how having a chronic illness has made her redefine her views on friendship.
After her injury, Juliana Paucar decides to empower herself through self-love and this is how she does it.
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