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Bipolar Stereotypes Redefined

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Starr

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm an advocate for the LGBT+ community as well as an advocate for mental health awareness.
Why are you participating?: 

I have always been defined by my labels in a negative way but hope that this will turn around and become something positive.

Devin

NY
United States
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I have donated money and bought groceries on multiple occasions for persons in need of food
Why are you participating?: 

I believe in random acts of kindness and would like to see more people take an interest in doing so, to spread the idea that we can make the world a better place one person at a time

Steven

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I try to be nice to all.
Why are you participating?: 

my 2 sets of pictures are my real life and my IMVU live i am I am proud to be a member to Genesis Club and IMVU at the by a relatively new term or a label in real life MultiGender and Transgender on IMVU and to have Bipolar and Dyslexic i hope people that see both sets of pictures will learn m

Anthony

Putnam, CT
United States
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I am a first generation Filipino-American. As a person with mental illness, I am a reflection of the conditions of the world and I feel for its suffering. My mind is beautiful. I am a human rights activist and editorial illustrator who creates work that is socially, culturally and politically relevant. I am a council member in our town's interfaith council, a council member on our towns arts council, and a member of Amnesty International. I have devoted my life as being a global citizen caring for the rights of others fighting the "isms" that oppress us. As a teacher, I help create a legacy of creative problem solvers, ethical thinkers, and global citizens. As an entrepreneur and designer, I help emerging businesses and small business owners create a path to their dreams.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because I feel the project is relevant and needed in the divisive culture. Everyone's story needs to be told.

Nicole

Ocala, FL
United States
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I volunteered to be a secret sister during my husbands deployment. Along with little gifts I like to send a card with a handwritten encouragement note and an inspirational quote.
Why are you participating?: 

I have been "labeled" more times than I can possibly count. From family to people on the street-they see me as a degenerate due to my tattoos. They call me "lazy" because I work from home pursing my dreams of writing a novel. I am more than what they name me.

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