I am #DisabledAndCute: Campaign promoting body confidence goes viral

- It resonated and quickly spread with participants sharing:

 

 

 

 

There’s a new inspiring hashtag trending on twitter and Instagram: #DisabledAndCute.

It’s a movement that’s given people in wheelchairs and those with seizures, blood disorders, lupus, autism and other disorders a way of expressing their beauty. 

It all started with Keah Brown. The 25-year-old writer posted this tweet: 

 

 

 

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People everywhere have been proudly sharing their beauty. 

Keah said, “I realized that I really like myself now, that I’m getting to a good place where I love myself and I love my body...and I wanted to make a hashtag that celebrated that.” Keep on celebrating, Keah! This kind of positivity is for everyone.

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