People are prejudiced about their appearance. They clog their aura with complexes and self-doubts. Society often rejects those who are different, points fingers at them and makes life really difficult for them.
Similar andthe story of a girl, marked for life since birthsi.
22-year-old professional dancer Cassandra Naud has a large birthmark under her left eye.
And even though since her childhood many people have asked her to surgically remove her scar, she flatly refused. The proud girl appreciates her unique appearance and believes that it helps her stand out not only in the field in which she develops, but also in life in general.
Cassandra lives in Alberta, Canada. She loves to joke about her scar which, in addition to being very large, is also covered in hair.
Her parents were afraid to remove the hair in order not to cause any complication and the scar would not get bigger.
Here's Cassandra's big hairy patch that was born with her.
Cassandra was advised many times to remove the scar, but she decided to leave it.
Not only that, but she loves her scar and thinks it gives her a unique and unique look.
“My scar is part of me. It makes me feel unique and memorable, which is especially important for the career I've chosen.”
The scar never stopped her from finding love.
She refused plastic surgery when she learned that it might leave another scar on her face.
“I often encounter various prejudices. An agent once told me he could Photoshop your face! I refused again.”
“It's not always easy to be confident,” admits Cassandra.
"The cruelty of people often makes it difficult to communicate and sometimes I can't hold back my tears."
“My scar sets me apart from others and I feel good about it. Really.”