Life is an inspiration | theunderargument.com

Life is an inspiration

By Margarita

I am deeply moved by the concept of inspiration, the juice, dreams and the spark in life. I want to live it with my eyes open. 

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Embracing my sex drive | theunderargument.com

Embracing my sex drive

By Beverley

When I was a teenager growing up, we were all meant to suppress our sexuality and dress down to "protect ourselves from the urges of boys and men". That was what my father used to say to me.

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My deaf love of music | theunderargument.com

My deaf love of music

By E.B.

I’ve always had two big passions in life; helping others and music. So discovering music therapy was like finding my true calling. Finally, I had a way to use my love for making music to help others. But there was one obstacle in my way: I am deaf.

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The frenemy in my head | theunderargument.com

The frenemy in my head

By Jennifer

I have always tried to do everything I was supposed to from a young age. I hated it because I never felt like I fit anywhere. So, I made a friend – a voice inside my head.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder | theunderargument.com

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

By Kenny

For as long as I can remember, I have had an issue with my body and wanted to change it – to ‘perfect’ it. If my body was perfect, I would be perfect – everyone would love and adore me.

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Perfect made me sick | theunderargument.com

Perfect made me sick

By Rachel W.

I've spent most of my life trying to be perfect - perfect daughter, perfect student, perfect body, perfect everything - and that ended up making me physically ill. 

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Sexy for me | theunderargument.com

Sexy for me

By Carolina

I'm an abusive relationship and sexual assault survivor turned pole dance performer and instructor. Before I became a pole dancer, my body didn't feel mine.

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A celebration of survival and love | theunderargument.com

A celebration of survival and love

By Lisa

We are made up of many stories and identities. This is a snapshot of some of mine; it is filled with tears, anxiety, loss and trauma but is also a celebration of love and new beginnings. A circle.

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I'm here, I'm loved, I'm grateful | theunderargument.com

I'm here, I'm loved, I'm grateful

By Olivia

I've been everywhere from a size 6 to a size 20 and all in the space of 6 years. After being sexually abused as a 7-year-old, I turned to food and subsequently had a disastrous relationship with my body and myself. I spent my whole childhood trying to diet and change myself. 

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Scars are S-E-X-Y | theunderargument.com

Scars are S-E-X-Y

By Jessica B

An arching scythe mark of pale pinks, shiny nudes and rippled silver casts up from my lower tummy, falling with a surgeon's delicacy inches from my right hip. A scar so glorious and sexy, I can't be told otherwise.

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Belonging on my terms | theunderargument.com

Belonging on my terms

By Rachel G

I am a transgender woman. Back when I transitioned, the advice given to trans women who could "pass" was to hide her transness for her safety and also for her comfort. And so I hid and found myself doing so for many years. I didn't tell anyone that I was trans, not even my friends or partners.

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