As Told By Women

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you are enough as you are

Four years ago, driven by her own experiences of sexual harassment in high school, Bianca Rosen became a sexual assault counselor to support survivors and advocate for reform

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OF THE VIRGOS

Artist of the Week

This series follows the art and expression of @valleyofthevirgos — a London based, woman drawing women.

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i fought like hell to drive out the darkness

Rachel Bailey battled alcoholism, suffering in silence for years, quietly, progressively destroying herself until finally getting sober

life lessons i learned along the way

Shortly after losing her mother to breast cancer, Mirna Norales quit her job to pursue her passion helping girls and women to see that they are not only beautiful but accepted

Renata Leo

it's not you,
it's me

“I’m not afraid of rejection anymore. I now see every rejection is a new chance to strengthen my resolve and feel more confident.”

A former Los Angeles party girl, Rachel Brady became sick of her own self sabotage and decided to take charge of her narrative.

“The best bet you have is to be authentic when possible, own up to mistakes, and treat everybody with kindness, for you never know what they’re going through.”

Rachel Brady

YOUR PAIN IS WHAT WILL SERVE AND INSPIRE OTHERS

i know that i am worthy of a life

Jen Elizabeth shares her story as a way to leave the light on for anyone who is suffering under the darkness of shame and silence

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