Find out more on how got2b and Ditch The Label are working together to raise awareness of cyber-bullying and empowering people to live #Uncensored lives.
got2b promotes labelless beauty, encourages you to feel free, embrace your unique hairstyles, your individuality and live an #Uncensored life
Check out the inspiring stories and advice from our got2b squad and Ditch The Label founder Liam Hackett.
The got2b #Uncensored campaign and got2b's commitment to fight cyberbullying is reinforced by the global partnership with Ditch the Label: the digital-first youth organisation supporting young people between 12 and 25 who are affected by cyberbullying and online abuse. It offers safe spaces online such as a cyberbullying support hub and provides valuable educational work and insights.
got2b and Ditch The Label have partnered to open up conversations and raise awareness of cyber bullying. In the long-term we aim to empower those affected by providing tools, resources and guidance.
The partnership kicks off with our Uncensored virtual talks and the release of our digital toolkit available to download on the got2b website, instagram account and Ditch The Label's social channels and website.
Anti Cyberbullying Toolkit
Uncensored Talk Series
We will inspire uncensored self-expression in all shapes and forms. Hair is just the beginning and part of a larger narrative that encourages people to live uncensored lives. Unedited. Real. Possibly obscene. Everyday, out there. got2b Uncensored. Each day, everyday.
Meet our uncensored Talents
Simone Charles, UK
Simone is a British plus-size model and activist advocating BLM, body-positivity and hair discrimination among others. She gained recognition through her own body-positive blog The Curve Board.
Felix Berning, Germany
Felix is a German dancer with the Dresden Frankfurt Dance Company. He studied classical, contemporary and improvisational dance techniques at the Palucca University of Dance Dresden.
Miles, The Netherlands
Miles is a Dutch tattoo model and content creator based in Amsterdam. In his day job, he works for the Royal Dutch Navy in the communications sector and is fluent in Dutch, English, Spanish and speaks German at a reasonable level.
Jess MacKenzie, UK
Jess is an Edinburgh based yoga teacher and acne positivity advocate who takes on a range of topics from redefining beauty stereotypes to self love.