- Sharing – Caring
- 24-year-old who can’t smile due to rare condition signs with modeling agency
- Be free spider!
- Amy Schumer feels free after sharing about her teenage hair-pulling
- Oakland woman 1st transgender contestant to qualify for ‘Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions’; Hopes to show trans kids they can too
- You are better than enough
- Do not judge by appearances…
- Denmark fighting prejudice with The Human Library
- Why blend in when you were born to stand out
- CEO fired after publicly ridiculing Tennessee teen for his prom dress
Monthly Archives: April 2022
“A problem will get heavier when the only person carrying it is you. Whatever your worry, it’s better out than in.” Post on Me We Too. We’re here for you.
Tayla Clement was born with underdeveloped facial nerves that control some eye movements and facial expressions, called Moebius syndrome. She is known online now as “The Girl Who Can’t Smile” and is the role model she needed growing up, moving past … Continue reading