Stacey Abrams is definitely not trying to fit anyone else’s standards of beauty.
During an in-depth interview with OWN, the Spelman College graduate said she was pressured to change her look during her run for governor of Georgia in 2018.
When asked if she had to work hard to change her image in order to cater to men, Abrams responded, ”Beauty is not the thing I think about all the time.”
”I used to be that thin and I miss those days but not enough to go back to them,” she told the audience,” adding, “I want to be healthy but I’m not trying to fit anyone else’s image.”
Abrams also discussed how even her own longtime friends go on at her about physical changes she needed to make during her gubernatorial run, reports Blavity.