Rachel Syme

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They can happen anywhere: At the beach, in the car, on the street, or in the privacy of your own home. SELFIES. Pictures, of yourself, taken by yourself. And maybe shared online.

In Defense of Selfies

They can happen anywhere: At the beach, in the car, on the street, or in the privacy of your own home. SELFIES. Pictures, of yourself, taken by yourself. And maybe shared online.

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