Even though there is an increasing amount of disability representation and inclusivity in the media and in brand campaigns, it seems that most of this inclusion only features socially acceptable disabilities like manual wheelchair users, amputees and invisible illnesses.
Do you still struggle to find representation for your body type and disability? Have you experienced issues with body image and body dysmorphia because of lack of representation? What influencers and celebrities do you follow that are working to change the stigma around disabled bodies? What helps you feel more confident in your own body?
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