My own private beauty myth: things I once believed to be true about my appearance | Curio

My own private beauty myth: things I once believed to be true about my appearance

9 mins | May 12, 2018

“The narrative we spin for girls is that they’re doomed to look in the mirror and not like what they see.” But what they see is often not the reality. Autumn Whitefield-Madrano discusses in The New Inquiry her shifting perceptions of her body’s unshifting features, and shares advice from her ongoing journey towards self-acceptance.

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From The New Inquiry

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