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My Peanut Allergy  By  Jack Barsh (Age 10)

My Peanut Allergy By Jack Barsh (Age 10)

My name is Jack.  I am just like every other kid but there is something that makes me different.  Sometimes this difference is a struggle.  I have a peanut allergy, which means I can’t eat some things that other people eat.  I am ten years old[...]


Meg’s Blog

Join Meg each week as she provides insight into what it is like to have (and to parent) a blatant physical difference, and to demonstrate what the 'beauty of imperfection' can truly mean.

Guest Flaunt

Essays from adults who flaunt their own difference, or how they have learned to embrace parenting a child with a difference, and share their own unique experience.

Teen Flaunt

In partnership with Scholastic's TeenBeing blog, essays from teenagers (age 13-19) who are just learning to accept themselves, and willing to flaunt their personal stories.

Kids Flaunt

Essays from kids (age 5-12) who have been inspired to flaunt by the slogan, "The things that make me different make me, me."

About Meg

Hi I am Meg Zucker, wife of my amazing husband John and parent of three awesome children, two who share my genetic condition. Click here if you'd like to read more about me and how I decided to devote my time and efforts celebrating difference.

Flaunt the Flaunt

It's time to flaunt with style! In partnership with Jennifer Stock, the Don't Hide It Flaunt peacock, is available as a charm in a custom-made jewelry line! Profit percentage goes to the incredible not-for-profit organization, "Runway of Dreams," also committed to celebrating difference.

DHIFI Facebook Updates!

Happiness is coming home after a long day and finding Charlie on the piano playing 'Stronger' by Kelly Clarkson when only nine months ago I would've been thrilled with chopsticks. #feelinggrateful ... See MoreSee Less

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Most people don't know that it was actually my husband John who named my initiative to celebrate difference, "Don't Hide It Flaunt It." At the time, I pushed back, responding, "...but doesn't flaunt often mean something negative, like to brag, or someone who is a show-off?" Today I am grateful for all of you who have helped me to celebrate difference by using the term flaunt in the best possible way-not to show-off but rather to show pride in what makes us (or our children) unique. Have a fabulously flaunting day! #❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago  ·  

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I'm not sure if you do this but could you please spread the word for our little angel.

If all you can do is share it that'd be awesome.
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3 days ago  ·  

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Happy Chanukah for all that celebrate, and....just to clear up any confusion, it only takes two fingers to spin a dreidel! #Chanukahflaunt ... See MoreSee Less

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Photo Flaunt

Check out some fabulously flaunting photos here!