Social media challenges are too common. Social media platforms are in fact a place where a variety of things can trend at a time. Several people start their own campaigns to promote and propagate some ideas. A new trend has been going viral since the last few days which promotes inclusivity of the disabled people. It is called the #disabledpeoplearehot, where differently abled people are sharing their sexiest pictures to celebrate their beauty. Along with the photos, they are also writing empowering messages, passing along strength to all those who have been differently abled for whatsoever reason. Viral Video of Wheelchair-Bound 4-Year-Old Jumping on a Trampoline Will Give You All Sorts of Feels.
Andrew Gurza, a Disability Awareness Consultant has started this trend and people have participated enthusiastically. From basic selfies to sexiest pictures are filling up the social media timelines to give out positive messages that there is nothing wrong or ugly about being a disabled person. There are a lot of stereotypes that exist in society about the differently abled. They are often looked upon as a burden, judged by their appearance and ignored. But this trend is all about acceptance as they are. US Dad Builds Igloo For Disabled Daughter, Social Media Calls Him 'Best Dad'.
Check Pictures Posted For 'Disabled People Are Hot' Trend on Twitter
Love Who You Are
— Laura C. Robb (@LauraCRobb) February 18, 2019
Fashion is For Us Too!
— nonbinary cyber boy (@blanktycho) February 17, 2019
I'm in serious pain most of the time and have a permanent limp, but I still have a love of fashion and self expression! Disabled and attractive are not mutual exclusive - all bodies are beautiful, even if they aren't what you consider normal #DISABLEDPEOPLEAREHOT pic.twitter.com/hpLtabPICm
— jehan♿ @ liten råttpojke (@thegaycousin) February 18, 2019
Positive Vibes Everywhere
— Carrie (@Carrie_M94) February 18, 2019
Breaking All Stereotypes in a Go!
According to ableists: I can’t look nice + be disabled. LOL
They’ll see me in my parking spot, point at my face, then to my placard & shake their finger... and that’s just 1 example of this
🦚DISABILITY IS NOT MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE TO UNATTRACTIVENESS!!! EVER pic.twitter.com/guPrDVumQj
— serial crier (@kannchy) February 19, 2019
— abby sams 🦈 (@abby__sams) February 18, 2019
— Mahkyla Lynn (@Nebulas_End) February 18, 2019
just wanted to hop on this hashtag bc i literally had a guy tell me i’m too pretty to be in a wheelchair & that if it wasn’t for my chair he would date me. anyways, here i am hot, disabled, & unbothered by ignorance pic.twitter.com/GLZkbjoZXo
— 👑 (@khiarial) February 19, 2019
Going All Stylish
— Sav Schlauderaff (@SavSchlauderaff) February 18, 2019
There are thousands of entries with all the disabled uniting to show off their problems and keep that happy smile always. People are also seen uplifting each other and proudly showing off their bodies. It is an empowering hashtag that has been spreading all good vibes.