Vega

Vega

“I’ve always been insecure of my stretch marks because of media beauty standards — fair skin, hourglass shaped bodies, head-turner make-up, toned butts. But I see that nowadays, there are a lot of campaigns where women are proud and they embrace their body, skin color, and where they just love themselves. I got moved and it got me asking, ‘Why am I insecure of things that make me... ME?’ Now I believe that I shouldn’t be insecure about my stretch marks because it’s something natural and it is something that defines me. I’m learning to love my tiger stripes and my body. So this is my progress in my own little way — coming to embrace and love myself. Everyday gains to refine me; I got these stripes to define me.” 

Jen, Race2Share

Jen, Race2Share

Antonella

Antonella