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Candice Owens made some strong statements about a model sitting in a wheelchair, modeling undergarments - calling it ridiculous, among other things. She then doubled down in a response to the feedback she received on her viewpoint. So let's talk about it. Original Video In Full (clip is towards the end): 🤍 Candice's Response Video: 🤍 More information on "Ugly Laws": 🤍 "So-called “ugly laws” were mostly municipal statutes in the United States that outlawed the appearance in public of people who were, in the words of one of these laws, “diseased, maimed, mutilated, or in any way deformed, so as to be an unsightly or disgusting object” (Chicago City Code 1881). Although the moniker “ugly laws” was coined to refer collectively to such ordinances only in 1975 (Burgdorf and Burgdorf 1975), it has become the primary way to refer to such laws, which targeted the overlapping categories of the poor, the homeless, vagrants, and those with visible disabilities." #CandiceOwens #Modeling #Skims Support This Channel 💜 Patreon: 🤍 Merch! 🤍 Socials ❤️ Insta: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 My P.O. Box 📫 Jo Beckwith 3578 Hartsel Drive #615 Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Speaking Engagements 🗣 Want me to come and speak at your event, conference, meeting, panel, or school? Fill out this form to submit a request! 🤍 My Amputation Story! Fourteen years of pain and failed ankle surgeries brought me to 2018, when I made the difficult decision to become a twenty-seven-year-old below-the-knee elective amputee. This channel has documented my journey adjusting to life with a visible disability as an amputee, and continues to be a haven to discuss physical and mental health! Amputation Story Videos: Why Did I Lose My Leg? 🤍 How I Said Goodbye To My Leg: 🤍 Seeing My Amputated Leg for the First Time: 🤍 Day in the Life of an Amputee: 🤍 *Some of the links above may contain affiliate marketing*
Women with disabilities discuss how they got into modeling, and the hope for an increasingly inclusive culture around the modeling industry. Read the whole story here: 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Teen Vogue on YouTube? ►► 🤍 ABOUT TEEN VOGUE Fashion, beauty tips, celebrity style, pop culture, videos, and more—everything you need to be ahead of the trends. Fashion starts here. Disabled Models on How They Got Discovered | Teen Vogue
wow! A lot to unpack here. Just remember you can't argue with stupid! I felt compelled to react to Candice Owens' appalling reaction to Disabled models. Where she said and I quote "I dont get it?" "I dont know why this needs to be done?" "I want to fire the person responsible" "Its ridiculous" "Lets stop being stupid" "You need god" "But Im not ableist" Just to highlight a few.
SUBSCRIBE to Love Don't Judge here: 🤍 COUPLE Bri and Sheldon started dating in 2019 after matching on dating app Hinge. Having used a wheelchair for most of her life, Bri had found dating online difficult, with men either being unable to see past the chair - or asking deeply personal questions about her sex life. For a while Bri even hid her disability on social media, hoping that would match her with more guys - but they weren’t the right kind of guys. Now a model and comfortable with her own body, Bri started posting photos of her in her chair on dating profiles. Bri and Sheldon connected over their love of style and fashion and since the pandemic hit have got even closer, moving in together and working as a model/photographer team on some of Bri’s street-style modelling assignments. Videographers: Marcus Cooper Producers: Nathalie Bonney, Kate Moore, Kim Nguyen Editors: Tom Buckman Follow Love Don't Judge on social media: 🤍 🤍 🤍
SUBSCRIBE to Truly: 🤍 UP until the age of 12, Rafi was an energetic boy who made it his life’s mission to terrorise his three older sisters. But when he was 12, Rafi suffered a terrible stroke and haemorrhage that forced him to relearn how to walk and talk. His body was forced into locked-in syndrome. Rafi's family would initially communicate with him just by blinking eyes at one another. But over time, Rafi has re-learnt how to walk and talk - though the stroke, which was caused by an Arteriovenous malformation (AVM), has left him with long term speech issues and also some memory loss. With an incredibly positive attitude, Rafi hasn't let anything stop him and he started modelling as a teenager and also took up competitive racerunning - where competitors use a frame to race. He has no problem attracting women on Tinder but getting beyond a first date has proved more difficult. On his profile he describes himself as a 'para athlete' and uses the emoji of a walking frame to indicate he has a form of disability... How will things go with his blind date today? Follow Rafi here: 🤍 Videographer: Thomas White & James Little Producers: Nathalie Bonney & Becky Robinson Editor: Sonia Estal Truly is on TikTok! 🤍 Now you can watch our videos in Spanish!: 🤍 Click here to follow your favourite Truly shows on Instagram! Truly - 🤍 Born Different - 🤍 Shake My Beauty - 🤍 Hooked On The Look - 🤍 Love Don't Judge - 🤍 Beastly - 🤍 Ridiculous Rides - 🤍 Dog Dynasty - 🤍 For more amazing content, click here! Beastly: 🤍 Barcroft Cars: 🤍
Let's talk about Candace Owens and her commentary about disabled people modeling for SKIMS, and in general. Why is she making this such a big deal negatively? Disability Rights Advocates Speak Out Against Candace Owens’ Harmful Comments On Disability Representation 🤍 Candace Owens is wrong. Women like me who use wheelchairs can – and should – model underwear. 🤍 Candace Owens Makes Discriminating Remarks About Disabled and Inclusivity 🤍 Candace Owens, What Is The Problem With Disabled Representation? SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 | PATREON: 🤍 ⏪ PREVIOUS VIDEO: 🤍 ⏩ WATCH NEXT: 🤍 🔀 PLAYLIST: JOIN CHANNEL MEMBERSHIP & GET EMOTES/BADGES & OTHER PERKS ($2/$5) ➞ 🤍 🛍️ MERCH STORE: 🤍 📧 CONTACT ME (Business Inquiries ONLY!): rikki🤍whalartalent.com 💻 HIRE ME: 🤍 📱 SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitch: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
By re-contextualizing the history of architecture through the discourse of disability, David Gissen’s 2023 book The Architecture of Disability: Buildings, Cities, and Landscapes beyond Access challenges current modes of architectural practice, theory and education by proposing architecture that fully integrates disabled persons into its production. Both the author and book look beyond traditional notions of accessibility and show how certain incapacities can help to positively reimagine the roots of architecture.
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Teenage model Aaron Philip is not only taking on the fashion industry, she's also winning. Born in Antigua, Bronx-based model Aaron Philip experienced countless challenges in her early life. Having been born with cerebral palsy, her parents moved to the US to help a young Aaron get the medical attention she required, resulting in the family living in a homeless shelter at one point. Despite her radiant optimism, Aaron was misunderstood by the other kids at school, and began harnessing the power of the internet, garnering an avid following for herself through documentation of her daily life on social media sites like Tumblr and Instagram. Embracing her gender non-conforming trans identity, brands and publications started to get in touch, prompting Aaron to start using her identity and image for positive change. Watch as i-D Aaron's celebrates her 18th birthday party in New York, and find out the challenges in her career so far – and, more importantly, how she overcame them. Follow i-D: YouTube 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍
SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: 🤍 POSING for modelling shoots in swimming pools and remote castles may sound glamorous but for aspiring model Katie Knowles, it’s more than just a creating a good photo. The 25-year-old from Newcastle wants to make history by becoming the first plus size disabled model in the UK. Katie was diagnosed with crippling conditions disc degenerative disease and spinal stenosis - or as she calls them ‘the granny diseases,’ as they can result in loss of mobility, pain and paralysis - when she was 15. After surgery and a few months of rehabilitation, Katie was once again leading an active life – enjoying her love of badminton, horse riding and ballet. However, her recovery was short lived and as the pain worsened she had to undergo major surgery four years later. Videographer / director: David Hare Producer: Nathalie Bonney, Nick Johnson Editor: Sonia Estal Photo Credits: Bylaurajayne, Jade Baker Photography, Lucy-Rose Wilson-Green, Craig McNair Barcroft TV: 🤍 Barcroft Cars: 🤍 Bear Grylls Adventure: 🤍 For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: 🤍 Like BARCROFT TV on Facebook: 🤍 Follow 🤍Barcroft_TV on Twitter: 🤍 Check out more videos: 🤍
Jessica Kellgren-Fozard is a deaf lesbian YouTuber who likes the label "disabled", saying it is part of who she is and should not be seen as a bad thing. In the first episode of the second season of #Divided, she talks about invisible disabilities, government policy, first dates, and virgin margaritas with Niall Paterson. We will be releasing a new episode of Divided every Thursday #DisabilityAwareness #InvisibleDisability SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 and 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple 🤍 Android 🤍
Models with disabilities rocked the runway at this fashion show featuring clothes designed specifically for them. » Subscribe to NowThis: 🤍 Connect with NowThis » Like us on Facebook: 🤍 » Tweet us on Twitter: 🤍 » Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 » Find us on Snapchat Discover: 🤍 NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. 🤍 🤍nowthisnews
You've probably seen her in Target campaigns or modeling Beyoncé's clothing line — here's how Jillian Mercado is knocking down barriers for other models with disabilities. » Subscribe to NowThis Entertainment: 🤍 From a very young age, Jillian Mercado was told she would have to work 10x harder than the average person. As a woman with muscular dystrophy and an unmeasurable amount of ambition, she used those words to fuel her path to achieving her modeling dreams. True to her mother's words, Jillian was told 'no' and that she 'didn't belong in the fashion world' over and over again. Her determination payed off; after years of persistently challenging the antiquated fashion norms, she started to capture the attention of big brands. Soon, she was booking campaigns with Target, Nordstrom, and even Beyoncé's 'Formation' fashion line. Now Jillian is represented by IMG models and continues to knock down barriers for other models with disabilities in the fashion industry — as a Latinx woman and model with muscular dystrophy. Learn more about Jillian's journey in this new edition of NowThis Entertainment's SEEN series. #JillianMercado #model #musculardystrophy Connect with NowThis » Subscribe to NowThis News: 🤍 » Like us on Facebook: 🤍 » Tweet us on Twitter: 🤍 » Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 » Find us on Snapchat Discover: 🤍 Seen is about two of NowThis’ most important pillars: inclusion and representation. 'Seen' shines a spotlight on the game changers in pop culture; the people who are seeing a void in the zeitgeist and carving their own niches. These are the people who wish to see themselves reflected in fashion, beauty, film, and television. These are the people who are using their platforms to make a lasting difference on the landscape of culture — regardless of their status or recognizability. These are the individuals who deserve to be seen. NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. 🤍 🤍NowThisEntertainment
SUBSCRIBE to Truly: 🤍 A PLUS-SIZE model and influencer has found dating extremely difficult due to her chronic conditions. Cambria Francesca, from Los Angeles, has multiple conditions including Lupus, Fibromyalgia and idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). The 30-year-old disability awareness advocate says that constant hospital trips and seizures make dating more challenging and, according to her, some men just simply "aren’t cut out for it". Cambria is looking for someone mentally strong and emotionally stable enough to cope with the ups and downs of dating someone with a chronic disease. Today she is going on a blind date with Justin - a 20-year-old social media marketer. But will Cambria meet the man of her dreams? Follow Cambria here: 🤍 Videographer: Brandon Hickman Producers: Rafaela Kuznec & Natalia Giorgi Editor: Ethan Edwards Truly is on TikTok! 🤍 Now you can watch our videos in Spanish!: 🤍 Click here to follow your favourite Truly shows on Instagram! Truly - 🤍 Born Different - 🤍 Shake My Beauty - 🤍 Hooked On The Look - 🤍 Love Don't Judge - 🤍 Beastly - 🤍 Ridiculous Rides - 🤍 Dog Dynasty - 🤍 For more amazing content, click here! Beastly: 🤍 Barcroft Cars: 🤍
Subscribe now for more! 🤍 Laura Johnson set up a modelling agency exclusively for disabled people in order to break down barriers and get more diversity into the mainstream media. Three of her aspiring young models and their proud mums share how being part of the agency has helped enormously with their self-esteem and ambitions. Broadcast on 28/07/2017 Like, follow and subscribe to This Morning! Website: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 This Morning - every weekday on ITV from 10:30am. Join Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes as we meet the people behind the stories that matter, chat to the hottest celebs and cook up a storm with your favourite chefs! Dr Zoe and Dr Ranj answer all your health questions, stay stylish with Gok Wan's fabulous fashion, be beautiful with Bryony Blake's top make-up tips, and save money with Martin Lewis. 🤍 🤍
The fashion industry in Korea is by its nature extremely competitive. Although the industry is slowly moving towards embracing diversity, models with disability in Korea have long been ignored and are still largely left out of marketing and promotion campaigns of big brands. Parastar Entertainment, Korea's first management agency only for talents with physical impairments, say they are going to change this. Meet Parastar Entertainment's extremely gifted models who just cannot hide their talent. . . . The Korea Times is Korea's most influential and the oldest independent English-language daily. We deliver the latest information on all events and stories taking place in Korea. * To visit our website: 🤍 Follow us on *Facebook: 🤍 *Instagram: 🤍 *Twitter: 🤍
(4 Dec 2021) FASHION SHOW IN IVORY COAST FEATURES DISABLED MODELS To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a fashion show was held in the Ivory Coast's city of Abidjan on Friday (3 DECEMBER 2021), to celebrate the beauty and resilience of people with disabilities. The show, entitled "Fortes au Pluriel" (Strong in numbers) was put together by the Mougnan Foundation, an organization which works to improve the quality of life for disabled women in the Ivory Coast. Ange Grace Beho, who lost her right arm in a traffic accident, started the Mougnan Foundation earlier this year. "I had a traffic accident and I found myself with this disability. Afterwards I noticed that there were no young women with disabilities in the field. They were more men and women of a certain age" says Beho. "So I brought my sisters together, to create a foundation, which will really help them without having to wait for state aid, so that they can be independent and take charge of themselves." About twenty women, including wheelchair users and amputees, took to the catwalk sporting looks from local designers. Around the world, people with disabilities face greater challenges and stigma than non-disabled people. They are less likely to access health care, education, employment and to participate in their communities. Advocates say that disability inclusion is a crucial condition to uphold human rights, and to ensure that people with disabilities are not left behind. According to the UN, of the 1 billion population of persons with disabilities, 80% live in developing countries. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
In Uganda, a diverse group of models with various disabilities took to the catwalk during a fashion night. The aim of the event is to challenge the stigma and perception of disability. Leon Ssenyange reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍 Follow us on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Taken from our Disability Awareness & Inclusion Training course, this video explains the social model of disability. In this model, unlike the Medical Model, disabilities aren’t caused by medical conditions. This Model says that society and our environment is what disables people, by making everyday life harder for some in comparison to others. To find out more about what you can do to promote Disability Awareness & Inclusion in your workplace, get instant access to this course today... 🤍 VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: There are many ways we can view disability, what causes it, what it means exactly, and what should be done to support people with disabilities. These different perspectives are called “models of disability”. The model we use can make a big difference to how we understand people’s needs and make adjustments for people with disabilities. Today we’re going to discuss the Social Model of Disability. In this model, unlike the Medical Model, disabilities aren’t caused by medical conditions. This Model says that society and our environment is what disables people, by making everyday life harder for some in comparison to others. So, if our society - meaning all of us as a collection of individuals - takes action to make sure that everyone has their individual needs met, fewer people would experience disability. The great thing about this is that we can all have the power to help! With this model, the individual difficulties a person experiences, which prevent them from doing a specific task or activity, are called impairments. And if a person with an impairment faces extra disadvantages because of the way they’re treated by other people, or because the environment isn’t suitable for them, then it becomes a disability. In this context, a person who is blind has an impairment. They don’t have a disability until they’re put in a situation where society or the environment disables them, by failing to give them the tools and resources they need. If more and more of us adapted to the social model of thinking, it would mean that we take responsibility for the power we have to make a genuine difference to the lives of people that don’t yet have access to the quality of life they deserve.
The ‘Dead to Me’ actress called out the political commentator for her “f*ing gross” comments on a campaign for Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS clothing line promoting products for those with disabilities. To read more about this story: 🤍 ►►Subscribe for more entertainment news: 🤍 ►► See our latest videos: 🤍 About: The Hollywood Reporter (THR) is the entertainment industry's flagship media brand, offering in-depth reporting, analysis, unparalleled access, world-class photography and video, and feature exclusives in its award-winning weekly magazine and dynamic website. The Hollywood Reporter also boasts prestigious live events, industry-leading philanthropic, empowerment and diversity initiatives and hugely successful video series. Connect with The Hollywood Reporter Online: Visit the website: 🤍 Likes us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 #ChristinaApplegate #CandaceOwens #THRNews Christina Applegate Slams Candace Owens’ Criticism of Ad Featuring Model in Wheelchair | THR News The Hollywood Reporter 🤍
From outfits for Lady Gaga and Beyonce to fashion for the disabled: Antonio Urzi, a long-time collaborator with Armani, is trying to revolutionise Milan fashion week with creations designed for amputees. Duration: 01:22
Happy International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Watch the differently-abled participants' confidence. The disabled models take to catwalk and display their talents. The event "Largest fashion show in India by disabled individuals | most amazing catwalk" was organised by the AASMAAN foundation at Phoenix Market City, Mall, Bangalore on February 29, 2020. #wheelchairmodel #fashionshow #eNaradaNews
Candace Owens recently made a video about a Skims campaign featuring a model in a wheelchair. She argued that it was unnecessary and silly. As a Disabled model, I disagree. I believe Disabled people deserve to feel beautiful, sexy, and most importantly, see themselves in the media. Originally brought to my attention by: 🤍accessbytay
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Disability is not Inability...And this was proven this week in Ethiopia during a fashion show for people with disability. 28 models participated in the event meant to enlighten the society and gain recognition. Coletta Wanjohi reports
A physically challenged Egyptian woman is battling beauty perceptions, through modelling professionally in her wheelchair. With the help of her friends and professional team, Rania Roushdy is hiring photographers and makeup artists, to help her confront the social stigma of disability. CCTV's Maria Galang tells us more.
With the help of Sheffield Hallam University, Laura Johnson has created a modeling agency representing models with disabilities. To subscribe to our channel click the link below 🤍
MODELLING with Cerebral Palsy is all part of one girl’s mission to “change the way the world views disability.” Samantha Norgart was diagnosed with Hypotonic Cerebral Palsy at the age of one, which causes stiff muscles and muscle spasms, and prevented her from speaking properly until the age of 21. But even with this debilitating condition, the determined Oregon City-native has begun a modelling career, using the photos on social media to spread a message of positivity and inclusivity. The 22-year-old, known online as ‘🤍wheelchairblondie’, told Barcroft Studios: “Most people assume because I’m in a wheelchair my mind doesn’t work. But it does." 🤍wheelchairblondie Video Credits: Videographer / Director: Taylor Bluemel Producer: Joe Roberts, Editor: Pete Ansell SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: 🤍 Click here to follow your favourite Barcroft shows on Instagram! Barcroft TV - 🤍 Born Different - 🤍 Shake My Beauty - 🤍 Hooked On The Look - 🤍 Beastly - 🤍 Ridiculous Rides - 🤍 Dog Dynasty - 🤍 For more amazing content, click here! Beastly: 🤍 Barcroft Cars: 🤍
The NEBA, hosted the Forever Always Beautiful fashion show at Chez Josef in Agawam, on Sunday.
Conservative bigot Candace Owens spewed a hateful rant criticizing a company for using a model in a wheelchair to advertise their clothing. Jayar Jackson and Jackson White break it down on The Watchlist. Watch LIVE on weekdays at noon ET. 🤍 Read more HERE: 🤍 "In a recent episode of her podcast, Candace Owens, a conservative political commentator with a Youtube subscriber count of 1.4 million, expressed her views on disability representation in fashion campaigns. However, her remarks have generated a wave of outrage from members of the disabled community and their allies. Owens’ remarks around the SKIMS Adaptive Collection by Kim Kardashian that features a disabled model in the campaign include phrases such as, “I really I don’t understand how far we’re going to take this inclusivity thing, I really don’t get it, and if I am wrong educate me,” “[A model in a wheelchair] seems ridiculous” and “Whose idea was this? Was it your idea? Okay, you're fired”." * Host Jayar Jackson reacts to a must-watch list of videos of the day, which will cover news, politics, society, culture, current events, and more. Help support our mission and get perks. Membership protects TYT's independence from corporate ownership and allows us to provide free live shows that speak truth to power for people around the world. See Perks: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ 🤍 FACEBOOK: ☞ 🤍 TWITTER: ☞ 🤍 INSTAGRAM: ☞ 🤍 TWITCH: ☞ 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Donate: 🤍 Website: 🤍 App: 🤍 Newsletters: 🤍 If you want to watch more videos from TYT, consider subscribing to other channels in our network: Indisputable 🤍 The Young Turks 🤍 The Damage Report 🤍 TYT Sports 🤍 The Conversation 🤍 Rebel HQ 🤍 TYT Investigates 🤍 #TYT #TheWatchlist #JayarJackson 230323WL05_Candace_Owens
Dallas is a disabled model and actress and she gets booked! It's always exciting when she gets a booking, and here is what we do to get her ready! Thanks for watching! If you like this video hit that LIKE button 👍 and please SUBSCRIBE! Don't forget to hit that NOTIFICATION BELL so you know when we have a new video out! Follow Discover with Dallas! Instagram ➡️🤍 TikTok➡️🤍 Facebook ➡️🤍 #disabled #model #wheelchair #booked
Why does she hate inclusion? This was a response video to Candace Owens responding to an advertisement that had a disabled model in a wheelchair.. Discover with Dallas Mail Address📬: PO Box 433 Wasco, IL 60183 💌Work with us! Dallas' Team: Print/Film📸: Bravo Talent Management | email agent🤍bravotalentmanagement.com | phone 847-428-4401 Social Media: Stellar NYC | email em🤍stellar-nyc.com Thanks for watching! If you like this video hit that LIKE button 👍 and please SUBSCRIBE! Don't forget to hit that NOTIFICATION BELL so you know when we have a new video out! Follow Discover with Dallas! Instagram ➡️🤍 TikTok➡️🤍 Facebook ➡️🤍 Founder of The Recess Project Inc. which is non profit organization that helps build inclusive playgrounds for schools🏫 Follow The Recess Project social media: Instagram ➡️ 🤍therecessprojectofficial TikTok➡️ 🤍therecessproject
Fashion designer Josefa Da Silva says her designs are meant to empower all women.