“I was led to believe I was worthless.”
“Nothing I had ever worn or done to my body came close to the sense of power and ownership I felt when it was over.”
We meet the women willing to share their stories.
Reclaiming stories through ink.
Wanting to is being able to.
Keisha’s story is one worth watching
The first of his 13 pieces, explained.
When covering up self-harm is an act of self-care.
Would you do the same?
Draven Scott Gayheart of Eastern Kentucky has a very specific speciality.