Abigail Cowen, who is gearing up for appearing in the upcoming TV series, ‘Fate: The Winx Saga,’ jumped into her social media accounts to herald that she has featured on the cover of Glamour UK Self-Love issue.
To deliver the exciting news, Cowen posted the cover of the magazine and added a lengthy caption to express her satisfaction with being alongside other well-known women “who refuse to define themselves and their relationship with their ‘self’ by outdated societal standards of beauty or by the judgment of others” by referring to the other celebs that appeared on the cover of the same issue, including Michelle Elman, Munroe Bergdorf, Nabela Noor, Stephanie Yeboah, and Harnaam Kaur.
The actor began her words by thanked Glamour UK for having her as one of their covers and allowing her for sharing her story with millions of readers. Describing appearing on the cover of the Self-Love issue is a gift, Cowen told that she has experienced bullying most of her life, including now, however, the issue gave her a chance to help others by sharing her own story. In Cowen’s own words:
“If you had told me, in the period of my life when I was experiencing bullying, that I would one day be able to use that experience to hopefully help others, I would not have believed you. Never in my small town little weirdo girl dreams would I have thought this could happen, lol.”
Saying that self-love is a journey that is not linear The ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘ star, who has been bullied mostly with red hair jokes, concluded her words as follows:
“Let’s all remember that what makes us different is not a weakness, but actually a SUPERPOWER. Kindness is cool, and radical self-acceptance is even cooler.”
In the above-mentioned post, Cowen’s statement on the cover that “Red hair jokes still exist, people think they have a free pass to bully” also attracted attention.