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“Acceptance is the key to releasing your fears.”
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Fanta Ndao is a licensed, holistic esthetician who grew up in the melting pot of New York City, but when she started modeling, she soon realized that New York’s modeling industry was not as forgiving of people’s differences.
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It’s exhausting to try and anticipate what other people want me to do. I have the option to try and figure out what I want.
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Alice has had psoriasis since she was 10 years old. In this conversation, she opens up about her mental health journey with skin and self-acceptance.
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Anonymous - This morning I was watching one of Jubilee’s videos from a while ago called Men’s Rights vs Feminism: Is Toxic Masculinity Real, and needless to say, I have thoughts. There was one guest in particular named Kursat Pekgoz who had some beliefs about toxic masculinity that definitely woke me up without coffee.
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Dr. Amy Wechsler is a board-certified dermatologist and psychiatrist.

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Even if you believe in conventional gender roles, that does not mean you believe in the denial of women’s safety and physical integrity. With the fight for universalized healthcare on the line, the Georgia Senate Runoff Elections are more crucial than ever. This time, it’s about more than voting blue or red. It’s about voting for the safety of women.
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The cosmopolitan, sophisticated, and model-like woman pretty much epitomizes the brand identity of drug store makeup brands like Maybelline. On top of that, most of these women are Caucasian. Maybelline has tried to incorporate messages of feminism into their original brand personality through their “Make It Happen Movement,” but it’s not coming off right.
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Dr. Tomasina Chupco (29) is the founder and the owner of Indigenous Intentions, a cause-driven jewelry brand working to end the cultural erasure of Native Americans.