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Trolls Tell Woman She’s ‘Too Ugly’ To Be Posting Pics Of Her Face, She Responds By Posting Selfies For A Year

Trolls Tell Woman She's 'Too Ugly' To Be Posting Pics Of Her Face, She Responds By Posting Selfies For A Year

Last year, Melissa Blake wrote an anti-Trump op-ed piece for CNN and became a subject of cruel online trolling. People called her names like “blobfish” and “whale,” and others went as far as saying that she should be banned from posting photos of herself because she’s too ugly.

The 39-old journalist from Illinois, who suffers from a rare disorder called Freeman-Sheldon syndrome, which is characterized by joint deformities and abnormalities of the head and face, responded in the most badass way possible. Melissa started sharing selfies on social media and has kept it up every single day for a year now.

“I suppose it’s become something of a ritual—one that has brought me comfort and happiness, not to mention taught me plenty of lessons,” she wrote in an essay for Refinery29. Throughout the 366 days sharing selfies, from serious to playful, but all very genuine, Melissa became the biggest inspiration and voice for the disabled community. Not only has she defied trolls, she has also proven that her selfies…

Trolls Tell Woman She’s ‘Too Ugly’ To Be Posting Pics Of Her Face, She Responds By Posting Selfies For A Year

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