The red carpet, the perfect place to make a statement. Whether it’s about fashion, gender, the environment or body image, celebrities love to use their platform to challenge our ideals. Over the years, we’ve seen women flaunt their natural body hair on the red carpet as a statement of defiance and freedom. But should this bold act even be seen as a statement? Will it ever just be considered the norm? Let’s celebrate some of my female heroes who use the red carpet as a chance
Abled does not mean enabled. Disabled does not mean less abled.
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Perfection is found in accepting your imperfections
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