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Monday, February 11, 2013

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The "What I See" Project

The What I See Project is a global digital art and science study of women’s perception and self-expression. ... There's no agenda, angle or campaign here — just a collection of individual points of view that grows and changes with your participation.

Women from around the world answer "What do you see when you look in the mirror?" More information about the project and how to submit can be found herehere, and here; other featured [and nerve-wracking] questions include "What's the biggest risk you've ever taken?" and "What does happiness mean to you?"

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NeverOddOrEven

I love shit like this!
I'm in.

mcleodglen

@NeverOddOrEven
hehe you sound very excited about this.

allendaniel

you are amazing thank you so much@a

wee_ramekin

Oh man. Ooooooh man. The woman whose father was shot in front of her mother and grandfather? The old woman who said she sees someone that she wants to treat the way she treats everyone else, but that's a real struggle? #tears

The woman who said "People say 'You don't seem autistic', and I'm like 'Hang around a little while!'"? The acerbic older British lady? #snortles

Thanks Edith, for posting this. This looks really interesting and incredible.

Queen Elisatits

This looks really interesting and I will probably spend a lot of time on that site.
Also I'm not the only one who immediately googled "face blindness/prosopagnosia" am I?

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