Cierra Lynn lost her job as an art teacher, but she found another way to use her talents.
As an adolescent, my experiences in the school bathroom reinforced my insecurities, self-doubt, and loneliness. Unfortunately, this is the case for many pubescent girls and boys, and the fact that school restrooms often have vulgar expressions written on stall walls doesn’t make them any more uplifting places to be.
But a gifted artist in Washington, D.C., with a daughter of her own is using her talent to change that. As FOX News reports, Cierra Lynn lost her job as an art teacher in 2012, “but she’s found a way to still give back to her students and promotes self-love, self-expression, and individuality through art” on the bathroom stall doors.