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Lizzie Velásquez - Open main menu Last edited 14 days ago by ClueBot NG Edit Watch this page Lizzie Velásquez Lizzie Velásquez Born Elizabeth Ann Velásquez March 13, 1989 (age 26) Austin, Texas, US Nationality American Other names Lizzie Velásquez Alma mater Texas State University Occupation Motivational speaker Known for Public speaking, anti-bullying activism, public appearances, and book authorship Parent(s) Rita Velásquez Guadalupe Velásquez Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Velásquez (/ˈlɪzi vəˈlæskɛz/; born March 13, 1989) is an American motivational speaker and author. She suffers from a rare congenital disease which, among other symptoms, impedes her from accumulating body fat. This condition resulted in bullying during her childhood and early youth and ultimately inspired her to take up motivational speaking. The eldest of three children born to Rita and Guadalupe Velásquez,[1] Lizzie was born on March 13, 1989 in Austin, Texas.[2] Born four weeks prematurely, her birth weight was only 1,219 grams (2 pounds eleven ounces).[3][4] Her age was reported as 23 in September 2012, a time when she was nearing graduation from Texas State University[3] majoring in communication studies.[5] Condition Edit Velásquez has a condition that is so rare that only two other people are known to have it.[6] She has zero percent body fat and has never weighed more than 29 kg (64 pounds).[7] She is unable to gain weight[8] and is required to eat many small meals and snacks throughout the day. She is blind in her right eye, which began to cloud over when she was four years of age,[9] and has limited vision in the other.[6] She has a weak immune system.[10] Her condition is similar to many other conditions, especially progeria. However, her condition is not terminal. Involved medical researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have expressed the opinion that it may be a form of neonatal progeroid syndrome, which at least has spared her healthy bones, organs, and teeth.[11] Appearance and message Edit She has some progeroid physical characteristics, such as a pointed nose and already aging skin, but she has additional problems beyond that diagnostic classification. Ever since she was dubbed the "world's ugliest woman" by cyberbullies in a video posted on YouTube, Lizzie Velásquez has spoken out against bullying.[12][13][4][9][14] Publications Edit Her first published work was co-authored (with her mother Rita) and is a self-published autobiography released in 2010 in English and Spanish.[citation needed] It is called Lizzie Beautiful: The Lizzie Velásquez Story and has never-before-seen journal entries Lizzie's mother wrote to Lizzie as a child. Next Lizzie wrote two books directed towards teenagers, which share personal stories from her life and offer advice. Be Beautiful, Be You (2012) shares Lizzie's journey 'to discover what truly makes us beautiful, and teaches readers to recognize their unique gifts and blessings'.[15] That book is also available in Spanish as Sé bella, sé tú misma (2013).[16] Choosing Happiness (2014) talks about some of the obstacles Lizzie has faced in her life, and how she's 'learned the importance of choosing to be happy when it's all too easy to give up'.[17] Both books were published by a Redemptorist Catholic publishing house, Liguori Publications. A documentary film entitled A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story, premiered at SXSW on March 14, 2015.[14] See also Edit Hayley Okines Sam Berns Notes and references Edit ^ ‘Ugliest woman in the world’ teaches about true beauty (September 19, 2012 by Paloma Corredor; published on voxxi.com) ^ Texas Birth Record search for Elizabeth Velasquez ^ a b Texas Woman Can't Gain Weight, Bullied Over Looks ABC News, September 14, 2012 ^ a b 'People should stop staring and start learning': World's ‘ugliest woman’ gives courageous interview by Amy Oliver, Daily Mail online, September 13, 2012 ^ Q & A: Lizzie Velasquez ^ a b Velasquez, Lizzie. "About Lizzie". ^ How Do YOU Define Yourself Lizzie Velasquez at TEDxAustinWomen ^ Meet woman who can’t gain weight: At 21, she’s 60 pounds Today Health at today.com, July 6, 2010 ^ a b Lessons from the 'World's Ugliest Woman': 'Stop Staring and Start Learning' by Lylah M. Alphonse of Yahoo! Shine, September 13, 2012 ^ Hartenstein, Meena. "Lizzie Velasquez, 21-year-old with undiagnosed genetic disorder, must eat 60 times a day to survive". New York: NewYork Daily. Retrieved June 23, 2013. ^ Freeman, David (29 June 2010). "Girl Must Eat Every 15 Minutes: Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating". CBS News. Retrieved 14 March 2015. ^ "Lizzie Velasquez's Lifelong Struggle With Bullying Revealed". Entertainment Tonight. February 1, 2013. ^ "Lizzie Velasquez, Born Without Adipose Tissue: 'Maybe You Should Stop Staring And Start Learning'". Huffington Post. September 13, 2012. ^ a b Hawkins, Kathleen (14 March 2015). "'Bullies called me the world's ugliest woman online'". BBC News. Retrieved 14 March 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Be Beautiful, Be You". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Sé bella, sé tú misma". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Choosing Happiness". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 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Lizzie Velásquez - Open main menu Last edited 14 days ago by ClueBot NG Edit Watch this page Lizzie Velásquez Lizzie Velásquez Born Elizabeth Ann Velásquez March 13, 1989 (age 26) Austin, Texas, US Nationality American Other names Lizzie Velásquez Alma mater Texas State University Occupation Motivational speaker Known for Public speaking, anti-bullying activism, public appearances, and book authorship Parent(s) Rita Velásquez Guadalupe Velásquez Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Velásquez (/ˈlɪzi vəˈlæskɛz/; born March 13, 1989) is an American motivational speaker and author. She suffers from a rare congenital disease which, among other symptoms, impedes her from accumulating body fat. This condition resulted in bullying during her childhood and early youth and ultimately inspired her to take up motivational speaking. The eldest of three children born to Rita and Guadalupe Velásquez,[1] Lizzie was born on March 13, 1989 in Austin, Texas.[2] Born four weeks prematurely, her birth weight was only 1,219 grams (2 pounds eleven ounces).[3][4] Her age was reported as 23 in September 2012, a time when she was nearing graduation from Texas State University[3] majoring in communication studies.[5] Condition Edit Velásquez has a condition that is so rare that only two other people are known to have it.[6] She has zero percent body fat and has never weighed more than 29 kg (64 pounds).[7] She is unable to gain weight[8] and is required to eat many small meals and snacks throughout the day. She is blind in her right eye, which began to cloud over when she was four years of age,[9] and has limited vision in the other.[6] She has a weak immune system.[10] Her condition is similar to many other conditions, especially progeria. However, her condition is not terminal. Involved medical researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have expressed the opinion that it may be a form of neonatal progeroid syndrome, which at least has spared her healthy bones, organs, and teeth.[11] Appearance and message Edit She has some progeroid physical characteristics, such as a pointed nose and already aging skin, but she has additional problems beyond that diagnostic classification. Ever since she was dubbed the "world's ugliest woman" by cyberbullies in a video posted on YouTube, Lizzie Velásquez has spoken out against bullying.[12][13][4][9][14] Publications Edit Her first published work was co-authored (with her mother Rita) and is a self-published autobiography released in 2010 in English and Spanish.[citation needed] It is called Lizzie Beautiful: The Lizzie Velásquez Story and has never-before-seen journal entries Lizzie's mother wrote to Lizzie as a child. Next Lizzie wrote two books directed towards teenagers, which share personal stories from her life and offer advice. Be Beautiful, Be You (2012) shares Lizzie's journey 'to discover what truly makes us beautiful, and teaches readers to recognize their unique gifts and blessings'.[15] That book is also available in Spanish as Sé bella, sé tú misma (2013).[16] Choosing Happiness (2014) talks about some of the obstacles Lizzie has faced in her life, and how she's 'learned the importance of choosing to be happy when it's all too easy to give up'.[17] Both books were published by a Redemptorist Catholic publishing house, Liguori Publications. A documentary film entitled A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story, premiered at SXSW on March 14, 2015.[14] See also Edit Hayley Okines Sam Berns Notes and references Edit ^ ‘Ugliest woman in the world’ teaches about true beauty (September 19, 2012 by Paloma Corredor; published on voxxi.com) ^ Texas Birth Record search for Elizabeth Velasquez ^ a b Texas Woman Can't Gain Weight, Bullied Over Looks ABC News, September 14, 2012 ^ a b 'People should stop staring and start learning': World's ‘ugliest woman’ gives courageous interview by Amy Oliver, Daily Mail online, September 13, 2012 ^ Q & A: Lizzie Velasquez ^ a b Velasquez, Lizzie. "About Lizzie". ^ How Do YOU Define Yourself Lizzie Velasquez at TEDxAustinWomen ^ Meet woman who can’t gain weight: At 21, she’s 60 pounds Today Health at today.com, July 6, 2010 ^ a b Lessons from the 'World's Ugliest Woman': 'Stop Staring and Start Learning' by Lylah M. Alphonse of Yahoo! Shine, September 13, 2012 ^ Hartenstein, Meena. "Lizzie Velasquez, 21-year-old with undiagnosed genetic disorder, must eat 60 times a day to survive". New York: NewYork Daily. Retrieved June 23, 2013. ^ Freeman, David (29 June 2010). "Girl Must Eat Every 15 Minutes: Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating". CBS News. Retrieved 14 March 2015. ^ "Lizzie Velasquez's Lifelong Struggle With Bullying Revealed". Entertainment Tonight. February 1, 2013. ^ "Lizzie Velasquez, Born Without Adipose Tissue: 'Maybe You Should Stop Staring And Start Learning'". Huffington Post. September 13, 2012. ^ a b Hawkins, Kathleen (14 March 2015). "'Bullies called me the world's ugliest woman online'". BBC News. Retrieved 14 March 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Be Beautiful, Be You". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Sé bella, sé tú misma". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. ^ Velasquez, Lizzie. "Choosing Happiness". Liguori.org. Liguori Publications. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 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