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Empowering ‘Don’t Label Me’ Project Helps Women Stand Up to Body Shaming

Empowering ‘Don’t Label Me’ Project Helps Women Stand Up to Body Shaming

A group of women created a powerful photo series that has them literally crossing out the names they’ve been called — with a bit of glitter.

Abigail Spencer and Meg Bishop of Salt and Light Photography in Grants Pass, Oregon organized the “Don’t Label Me” project to help women reclaim power over their bodies.

They photographed a diverse group of seven women, each with their own unique story and struggles. Each model wrote words they’ve been called — such as “useless,” “cripple,” “fat,” or “crazy” — on their skin.

“We have yet to have met a woman who is completely

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