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Kerri Hardy is an African-American writer that publishes on inclusion.
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Dr. Anthony Youn, known as America’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon™, shares with us his motivation behind becoming a plastic surgeon and the importance of embracing our individuality.
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ANONYMOUS - I’m 13 years old, and it’s 2011. I walk into an office building that says WEIGHT WATCHERS in big letters, and it’s next to a pizza buffet. Once we get in, a woman greets me, and my mother and I are directed to weigh ourselves. My mother goes first, the lady peeks over, she writes the number down, and my mom frowns.
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“By the time I was a freshman in high school, I had developed painful, cystic acne. I had it all along my cheeks, my jawline, and my temples. Because I would try to pop my acne, my cheeks are where I have the most scarring. There wasn’t a whole lot of readily available education for me on acne at the time, and my dermatologist never talked to me about skin picking, so I kept doing it.
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“I never had acne until I turned 30. It was adult acne from hormonal changes, and I completely panicked."
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My acne got so much worse after pregnancy. I was devastated when I got acne. I was like - “I can’t be 20+ and have acne.”
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Xay is an educator and human rights activist from Chicago, Illinois.
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Priyanka is an advocate for women and a software developer from Mumbai, India.
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Laurel is a mother, an influencer, and an advocate for self-love.