“It’s a way to look from another angle, through the sensitive lens of someone else’s eyes, your eyes already trained to find the imperfections in your own body after years of being bombarded with ‘perfect’ images of ‘perfect’ women, utopian.
We are not them. And we shouldn’t even want to be, as our differences are much more beautiful and valuable than the stereotypical white-skinny-blonde-impossible that we are sold. We are all beautiful, whether we are white, black, yellow, green, red, blue, skinny, chubby, the shape of a pear, banana or apple, with straight, unruly, curly, short, long or colorful hair! Our differences tell stories, a lot of them. And each history has its own beauty.”