"With the release of Netflix's new Tall Girl movie, I was invited on to BBC 5 Live's breakfast show to talk about being a Tall Girl. I've been 6'2 since the age of 14, which leaves me standing taller than 99.98% of the population and although I felt that the Tall Girl movie was for a younger age demographic than me, I am really happy to see that there is now a movie out there that will help women of all ages who have yet to reach a point of acceptance with their height.
One of the things I questioned on the show was when are people are going to stop seeing height, weight, skin colour etc and just see people?! We're all doing the best we can, with what we have and life is challenging enough without people being negative, mean or judgemental about other people's differences. After all, isn't difference what makes this world more interesting?
I'd like to say a big thank you to BBC Radio 5 live for approaching this topic in a sensitive and positive way!" Sallee Poinsette-Nash - Founder, Brandable & Co
BBC Radio 5 Live / Sallee Poinsette-Nash
September 14, 2019
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