changing the face of beauty

What do we even mean by labelling things "normal," are we tagging them as socially acceptable? If you're not "normal," does that make you abnormal? A word that we so frequently associate with weird and therefore a lack of social acceptability?
"The more people with differences are seen, the more opportunity there will be for employment."
Once when I was feeling less than pretty, it occurred to me, "Who told you that you aren't beautiful?" I began to wonder
Seam founder Cindy Estes told HuffPost she was contacted by Driscoll about having photos done for her 2014 fall line and
So far, the campaign has more than 150 models and 21 photographers, Driscoll told ABC7 News. “I felt it was my duty to help