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Clemence Leclerc is a young French photographer. She is 18 and catches the beauty of people and little moments of life with her camera. She considers photography as a therapy to accept ourselves and tries to make people feel better about themselves by photographing them. Follow her work on Flickr, Facebook, Tumblr, and Youtube.

Posts contributed to by Clemence Leclerc

Wire Free For Me

Writing by Freya Bennett // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // I am all for you wearing what you need to feel comfortable, confident and supported and if that means underwire, then go you good thing but I feel like we need to embrace the soft, the natural and create bras that support a comfier existence.

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MY MUSIC: An Autobiographical Playlist

Writing by Naila Karim // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // Ultimately, there is rarely any type of music that I don’t like. It’s taken me most of my life to realise that I’m lucky enough to have people in my life who have introduced me to the wide range of music that I listen to today.

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ARTIST FEATURE: Clemence Leclerc

Interview of Clemence Leclerc by Sophie Pellegrini // I am Clémence Leclerc, a young redhead French girl living near Paris. I am 18 and started photography four years ago.

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The Implanon Was Not For Me

Writing by Sarah Margaret // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // Within the first month of having the Implanon removed and not being on any form of hormonal contraception, I noticed significant changes in my mental and physical health.

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A Date With My Armpit Hair

Writing by Maddie Langley // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // Underarm hair never fails to be a subsection of female anatomical autonomy that is always being discussed.

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What is My Body For?

Writing by Briony Brake // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // My body is what I need it for. I am in control, and I am responsible for its wellbeing. My body is for me, and me alone.

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