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Woman Explains What Makes Us Beautiful

cancer diagnosis in 2014, she used her creativity to help her rise above crisis, which birthed some of her most transformative work. She shared some of her most sensitive memories about growing up with us, and we will pass along her inspiring message to you.  A post shared by Sophie Sabbage (@sophiesabbage) on Sophie often felt singled out because she had matured faster than other girls her age.

When she reached double digits, she stood at 5’5, had begun menstruating, and wore a double D-cup bra. She even had to carry an ID on the school bus to prove she was under 16.

As a result, she felt as though the boys around her didn’t actually see her at all. Rather, their eyes drifted downwards toward her breasts, making her feel ashamed and

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Sophie Sabbage

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