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For those of you who interact with people who have aged beyond the mainstream world's idea of beauty (that is, any of us over 29 or so. . .), or are at such an age your/ourselves, I wanted to share a short video that moved me to tears of joy and a sense of being seen that was heart-mending. OK, yes, I cry easily - you may not - but still, I think there might be something in this poem for all of us, read gently yet poignantly by it's author.
From the Youtube blurb:
Call me a hag, I dare you. Powerful spoken word piece from Sarah MacGillivray, which challenges the language and stereotypes society tends to associate with women as they grow older.
So, whether you ARE a HAG, or know one or two, this is for you: