Miss Myanmar came out publicly a week before taking part in the Miss Universe final.
The airline is attempting to be more inclusive by banning gendered pronouns.
“So these soaps have “Braille” on however…they’re not tactile….They literally just have Braille to LOOK like Braille."
A photography exhibition featuring people with a rare and untreatable skin condition is creating a buzz thanks to its empowering celebration of beauty in diversity.‘How Do You C Me Now?’ is a series of 30 portraits showcasing people with Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN), a condition, which is caused by a mutation in the NRAS gene.According to the charity Caring Matters Now, CMN is a type of birthmark that typically appears in newborn babies. It presents as large, dark brown birthmarks, which can cover up to 80% of the body, and can also appear internally.Large or very numerous CMN are rare, occurring in just 1 in 20,000 births worldwide, which means people who have the condition can feel isolated and face negative comments about they way they look, causing them to lack self-confidence.But the new exhibition aims to change that.
“Lets help change the minds of Victoria’s Secret to be more diverse and inclusive of body shapes and sizes on their runways!”
Faces of Fashion study reveals that despite analysing Vogue covers from seven different countries, over 25 years, the average face of each cover model looks strikingly similar.