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Ballroom Dancer Stereotypes Redefined

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Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm a quiet personality, because of this, I'm able to better reach abandoned animals who need help to recover. When the vet clinic asks, I will give my time to a cat who needs to be calm for muscle therapy or a large anxious dog with epilepsy.
Why are you participating?: 

Growing up I've been told I'm pale enough to be the "other woman". People assume I'm violent for my sexuality or stupid for my hobby. I don't let it get to me, but I know people who similar things have hurt and unlike all of them, I can put myself out there.


Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I donated money that I received for my birthday to the organization called Operation Smile to provide surgeries to children who have been born with a cleft lip or palate. This organization changes the lives of children forever by allowing them to be able to "eat, speak, socialize or smile" which would not have been made possible without this operation.
Why are you participating?: 

To spread the idea that no one is evil, everyone is good and has done good deeds in their own way, and no one deserves to be judged by others based on the labels given to them, no matter if by others or by themselves.


Quinnipiac University , CT
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I love helping others and changing the lives of many with joy and happiness. I have gone to Florida with QU Campus Ministry Freshmen year of college and volunteered at a School for pregnant teenagers; then sophomore and junior year of college I went to Nicaragua with the Albert Schweitzer Institute where I help and lead building schools and planting gardens for the children of cities near Leon; and senior year of college I am going to Battle Creek Michigan to help build homes with Habitat for Humanity. To be able to put a smile on another's face is something that I value a lot!
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