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|Education||London College of Fashion|
|Known for||Activism, Human Rights, Nail Art, Creative, Nail Transphobia|
In July 2018, Craggs launched her nail art brand, Nail It. All profits from the brand are donated to Nail Transphobia. Nail It campaigns for awareness on trans issues, including pushing for the creation of trans-inclusive emojis, reclaiming the lobster emoji as a symbol for the trans community.
Charlie Craggs published her first book, To my Trans Sisters, a collection of letters by successful trans women in 2017. The following year she wrote a short piece for the book Feminists Don't Wear Pink (and other lies) curated by Scarlett Curtis.
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