THE SOCIETY WE LIVE IN

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I would tell myself that I am beautiful and worthy of love

I like that even though there are parts about my body that I do not like, I like the fact that how many things my body can do for me. Being able to work out or exercise, or even being able to walk to class.

stop focussing on how your arms, thighs, stomach etc. look like so much

i am curvy, I can still dance- Sherry Ann (49 years old)

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Special Thanks to:

Valeria Ejs Bujari

Jannah Alexis 

#lovemyself

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I like my skin even though I have experienced racial discrimination I think my skin is very beautiful and unique.

I like my eyes, they have a nice shade of green and my hair because sometimes it shimmers in different shades of blonde and orange

People will stare, but don’t hate them or be sad. Be yourself and be strong. Teach them instead, about yourself and body.

you got this!

Your body is your protector, don’t attack it

I’m insecure about my hip dips , especially while wearing very snug leggings. However I have learnt that my hip dips is result of my bone structure and genetics. My mother & sister both have them and to me they are the most beautiful women I know. Hip Dips are TOTALLY NORMAL - inward curve on a woman and I’m learning to love them.- Anushka (20 years old)

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I would tell myself that I am beautiful and worthy of love

stop focussing on how your arms, thighs, stomach etc. look like so much

I like that even though there are parts about my body that I do not like, I like the fact that how many things my body can do for me. Being able to work out or exercise, or even being able to walk to class.

i am curvy, I can still dance- Sherry Ann (49 years old)

I used to cry when I saw myself in the mirror. I felt so ugly and fat. Now I’m kinder, but still harsh sometimes. I am not fat, but the mirror sometimes deceives me still.

Although even when I'm feeling down, I'll try to tell myself that I am beautiful and I am strong - it might not come as easily as on good days, but it helps me feel better about myself.

I think I have a real genuine smile that can light up a person's day.

Work on yourself to be able to like your image

I am perfect the way I am!

I don't recognize the kid I once knew- Salah N (21 years old)

Special Thanks To: Carlos Salazar

I hope I can learn to love myself one day, not just specific parts of me, but my whole self wholly and genuinely.

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#loveislove

LGBTQ+

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#differentbutthesame

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RACISM 

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Special Thanks To: Valeria Mansilla 

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Migration & Poverty