"Sticks and stones, may break my bones. But words will never hurt me." This is a line taught to every child by their parents to help them stand against bullying. But how far does it help?
Growing up has never been a hassle-free task for a child - even if you are just a regular kid. And if you happen to be just a tad-bit different - high school is just another nightmare for you. From peer strain to bullying, to people staring at you as if you're an entirely new species, and all of this happens if you have something as simple as an extra finger on your hands. Anything beyond that is only more devastating.
One such story is that of Supatra Sasuphan from Bangkok, Thailand, announced as 'Hairiest girl in the world' who survived through the harsh bullying, name-calling and inappropriate stares she's gotten her entire childhood. How has her life turned out ever since she was renowned as the world's hairiest girl?
See for yourself:
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