“Yes, I have a visible difference and I am not perceived as perfect, but why do we have to be perfect – why blend in when you can stand out?”
“It is very hard when kids are so under-educated about people looking different. So what Changing Faces is trying to do is put a piece about people with facial differences on the PSHE [personal, social, health and economic education] curriculum.”
“I’d ask about my condition and how it makes me feel. I always prefer it when people talk to me, rather than just stare.
You can read the full article on the Telegraph’s website.