Imperfectly perfect, perfectly imperfect

Itamar Kerner

Having a physical abnormality, by choice or not by choice, might cause some difference in one’s social interactions. Whether it’s tattoos, piercings, scars, medical conditions and etc., stand outs from the established ideas of beauty and ableism in a specific society, one that might differ from the “norm” can be challenged by the others: from staring to looking away and/or commenting rudely to asking politely.

I want to bring forward their experiences and show and learn about how they deal with society’s reaction to what is that they have that might be considered as not “normal”.

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Chantal Pinzi Guajiros