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Celebrating bodies outside of societal ideals.

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This Body is Worthy is a project aimed at celebrating bodies outside of mainstream, societal ideals. What began as community art workshops inviting participants to write phrases on their bodies professing its worth and have their photos taken has since grown into a platform to uplift disabled artists and support other projects and organizations lead by and for people with disabilities. 

A black and white photo of a light skinned individual with the words "This body's worth transcends the gender binary" written across their back
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Four women in power wheelchairs or scooters wearing shirts that say "This Body is Worthy" across the front. They are laughing and smiling in front of a blue and purple painted wall.
A black and white photo of a woman laying in bed, her mouth open in a big smile. She is wearing a bra, and her hand is curled around her stomach.
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The sale of This Body is Worthy t-shirts and art will be used to support organizations lead by disabled people, for disabled people, along with disabled artists. The organizations that TBiW supports change on a regular basis, so that this campaign can assist as many disability-centered projects as possible. 

A light-skinned woman wearing a gray t-shiirt with the words "This Body is Worthy" written in white, surrounded by mushrooms, thistles, and a snail. She has long dark hair and is kissing a black cat she is holding on her shoulder. There is a plant in the foreground of the photo.
A framed print by Jessica Oddi: a curved torso with jean shorts and flowers covering the breasts, next to a wheelchair joystick
A light-skinned baby wearing a green shirt with the words "This Body is Worthy" written on it, surrounded by flowers and mushrooms. He is wearing a gray sweater over this and looking up at the camera.
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