How The #365FeministSelfie Project Prepared Me To Deal With a Hater

How The #365FeministSelfie Project Prepared Me To Deal With a Hater

I give a lot of credit for my resiliency to the #365FeministSelfie project, I do. And I thank those of you who have chipped in to help me continue to fight the good fight. Because even if it does hurt my feelings, it is not going to stop me from calling out the haters. 

 

 

 

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