"I created these women to call attention to the way that western society expects women to be. Through differences in style, color, and lineation, each of these 15 drawings illustrate my rejection of our inclination to typecast the female gender as sexualized beings. We are told beauty standards are to be measured in a one size fits all scope, ignoring the mosaic of diversity we exist within. This family of figures represent the endless facets of a woman." - Frankie Tobin
With more than 20 years of on-the-ground experience working with women in countries affected by conflict, Women for Women International understands that a comprehensive program addressing the social and economic empowerment of marginalized women is the most effective approach.
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