When you start to really know someone, all their physical characteristics start to disappear. You begin to dwell in their energy, recognize the scent of their skin. You see only the essence of the person, not the shell. That’s why you can’t fall in love with beauty. You can lust after it, be infatuated by it, want to own it. You can love it with your eyes and body but not your heart. And that’s why, when you really connect with a person’s inner self, any physical imperfections disappear, become irrelevant.
—  Lisa Unger, Beautiful Lies
The materials of my body have been carefully selected. My skin is unique. Any incidental variations, marks or blemishes are natural features and should not be considered as imperfections.

“I just really wanna see a Disney princess with very noticeable imperfections, and how by the end of the film she finds ways to deal with what others think of her, and learn to love herself. She doesn’t need a prince. Maybe a princess with really bad acne, or facial hair, or scars. As someone who is very self conscious with the way I look, I think that a film like this will positively impact the audience and help them out.”