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Hippie Stereotypes Redefined

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Kendra

Chicopee, MA
United States
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For years I taught kids who couldn't afford private lessons how to read, understand and make music. Through this I also have people in difficult situations a reason to get up in the morning and feel productive and positive. I share my love of music with as many people as I can.

Maddie

Worcester, MA
United States
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I am an outlet to my friends, family and even strangers to come to and ask questions regarding safe sex and the LGBTQ community. I was the first person one of my friends came out to.
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I have never had negative labels. I created and publicly identified by my own words and actions my whole life. Labels describe me; my personality, my orientation, my gender identity, how I see the world, but I never let them define me.

Zoe

Los Angeles, CA
United States
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I saw someone drop their wallet with several hundred dollars in cash flying around in the wind and I picked it all up and chased after her to give her the wallet and all her money back.

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