Chloé Cooper Jones

Journalist, philosopher and author of “Easy Beauty”

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Philosopher and author of “Easy Beauty” Chloé Jones talks about how natural beauty helped her come to terms with her own body and how she is viewed by others.

‘Disability is an identity’: One woman comes to terms with her own physical shortcomings

Philosopher and author of “Easy Beauty” Chloé Jones talks about how natural beauty helped her come to terms with her own body and how she is viewed by others.

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