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Proud of the Brown Skin I’m In

In my culture, the lighter you are the better. But I think my brown skin is beautiful.

Joyful dark-skinned South Asian woman outside looking at the camera.
Photo: Jessica Lia/Getty Images

There are more than 650 different types of ethnicities in the world. So many colors define us and our opinions about these shades vary just as much as our skin color does.

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Nusrat Nisa

Nusrat Nisa

A lover of books and drunk on dreams. An introvert writing about life, books, movies, and personal development. IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegrimreadr/

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