In fifth grade, a random peer asked me if my name was Bea. When I told her no, she replied with a familiar: “Oh, well, you know, you guys all look the same.” This is an illustration compilation of how that’s just not true! Every individual has a unique, personal narrative and we mustn’t let others use our physical attributes as a scapegoat to generalize these experiences.

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