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Despite feeling othered as a curvy, queer, Middle Eastern woman, she used her blog to launch a killer career.
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It's 2016. Do we really still need to go over this?
This teen blogger from Ireland went from outside observer to bonafide show goer in just a few seasons — and you can, too.
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