After growing up as a victim of bullying due to her stature, Molly Bair embraced her body as her distinctive feature. Her uniqueness for her is her strength.
I think it’s really important to not allow your appearance or your body to define your femininity. They used to call me ‘praying mantis’. I never wanted to go to school. When people are just berating you constantly, you’re never going to stop having those insecurities. It’s just how you manage them. Now my body is my work. Everyone has something unique about them. Maybe I’m just constantly trying to prove myself to myself. You can make your own definition of what normal beauty is. Redefine beauty.
Each mutinist personifies the diversity and individuality filtered into Mutiny. As strong defiant women, they accept their differences as they know they make them unique. Their message is that of embracing what makes us unique and authentic. They vocalise their personal manifestos for what it means to be a mutinist.