Disabled people can also be beautiful and stylish: how a Mexican wheelchair user inspires othersBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/disabled-people-can-also-be-beautiful-and-stylish-how-a-mexican-wheelchair-user-inspires-others
The new movement of people with disabilities was started by Maryangel GarcíaRamos from Mexico. The activist, who is tied to a wheelchair, posted her photo on Twitter to show the public that women with disabilities can also be beautiful and stylish. The hashtag #ThisIsMyDisabledStyle, posted under her picture, began to spread quickly on the social network. Girls from all over the world share their candid and inspiring stories.
See vivid photos of women who smile at the world, no matter what, and learn more about the new movement from our material.
People with disabilities proudly display their style on Twitter under the inspiring hashtag #ThisIsMyDisabledStyle. The beautiful photos shared by users from all over the world feature everything from colored canes to selfies in a wheelchair.The movement was started by Mexican Mariangel Garcia-Ramos, who published her photo, wanting to show the public that people with disabilities can also be stylish and beautiful.
Users with disabilities all over the planet quickly picked up the new hashtag and began posting candid and impressive pictures in their own style.