I am the teen ambassador for Models of Diversity. I will work my little bum of to ensure that with the help of my amazing team, that we WILL change the industry. Discrimination within the modelling industry will be put to an end one day; and the team at MoD are going to ensure that happens! (...)
Sometime last week my mum and I were watching the news, waiting for the weather forecast. While waiting I continued to watch the news to see what things were going on in the world – after all I was on a mobile-home camping trip with my family so it’s not like I had access to Wi-Fi! (...)
Ok, so I’ve just been staring at Microsoft Word 2010 for the past 4minutes thinking about what to draft for my next YouthNoise blog. As my mind’s clocks were ticking away I looked down at the date on my desktop: 02/09/2011. Do you know what today is? Well done because I don’t! All I know (...)
The following blog is from an applicant to the assisting job as teen ambassador. Hope you enjoy it!
“Edward Roscoe Murrow, an American news broadcaster once said that ‘no one can eliminate prejudices, but just recognise them’. I say no to the fact that we can not eliminate them (...)
There is little doubt that the 'standard' models used on behalf of the media affects a teenagers view of him/herself. Over the last number of years, since the 60's when the beautiful but super skinny Twiggy first graced our catwalks, the industry set a standard - an unrealistic standard that a (...)
I would like to start my blog of by saying what I believe. I believe that everyone is perfect. Everyone is special. Everyone is unique; whether that be with their own fashion style, with their own makeup looks, or even their hair colour – (My hair is currently blue so that one had to be added (...)