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She wrote: ‘I don’t want pity and please don’t pray for me…

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It attracted more than 500 cruel comments, including: ‘burn her with fire’ and ‘she looks like something my dog threw up’.

My immune system, my sweat glands and my skin no longer get along. That is what my body has become, and will become more so. Rejection isn't really about worthiness, it's about compatibility, timing, it's a bit of gamble, always. People with facial differences and disfigurements have shared shocking accounts of the prejudice they are forced to endure.Seven people appeared on a TV debate show to rubbish tired and offensive stereotypes.I was born with one eye, and you were born with two eyes,’ Elly said. Disabled activist Ms Findlay took to Twitter after the show.

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