Disability Is A Matter Of Perception
How many times have you looked at a disabled person and thought:
“How do they do it?! I could never live with no legs or no sight“.
But then, you look at them having quite normal lives, doing the things that you and I can do like painting, playing basketball, swimming and all those wonderful things in life.
When I was boxing, I had one opponent that was missing half a hand. He wore a glove over his amputated elbow and we fought until the end. It was one of the best fights I have ever had.
“Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you’re needed by someone.”
Over the course of the last few months I have met a few wonderful people through Instagram, that help me change my perspective about the world but also the lack of accessibility and branding for disabled fashion.
Emil is one of the most inspirational humans I have met in recent times. Today he is here to share a story with you. Not a story about his disability, but a story about how style impacts his life as a passion and joy.
In today’s article, “An Interview About Life And Disabled Fashion” Emil will show you why you should love yourself first, inspire others and remind you that we are all people above all. Continue reading