Generally, an eye fixed for an eye fixed would not make the entire world blind. And generally, if somebody slaps you as soon as, you bought to hit them twice. One thing related occurred when American writer, Ken Jennings, posted an image on Twitter with the caption: “Nothing sadder than a sizzling individual in a wheelchair.” The person was correctly schooled. In return, he acquired double replies.

Annie Segarra, a blogger, and activist for the rights of individuals with disabilities noticed this 4-year-old tweet and determined to reply. She posted an image of herself in knee-high socks and added: “Cry about it, babe.” She additionally used a hashtag #hotpersoninawheelchair.

Now she did not invite anybody to affix her, however individuals in wheelchair found her reply and determined to show Ken Jennings mistaken.
Four years in the past, this put up left many individuals stunned.


Within the caption, she wrote: LRT: “‘Nothing sadder than a #HotPersonInWheelChair’ Cry about it, babe.”

Joshua Cassidy, a paralypian, artist and speaker.

She posted this in a reply:


Within the caption, she wrote: LRT: “‘Nothing sadder than a #HotPersonInWheelChair’ Cry about it, babe.”

Joshua Cassidy, a paralypian, artist and speaker.

This was it, and shortly individuals began to answer this downgrade tweet from Ken Jennings.

Claire Freeman


She’s a winner, an actual champion. Nearly all of the individuals on the checklist are bloggers, ex-models, ex-athletes, or activists.

Kate Loughlin, a mom, mannequin and an actor.

Kate has tattoos throughout her physique, and he or she’s happy with them. Extra importantly, she’s a mom and a mannequin. Residing the lifetime of her desires as #HotPersonInWheelChair.

Lindsey Freysinger

Lindsey mentioned to Ken, “Sorry I make you unhappy, #HotPersonInWheelChair. #sorrynotsorry”

Laura Dorwart

Laura, a spouse and a mom, tweeted an image along with her husband and mentioned, “Nothing is sadder than #HotPersonInWheelChair, yep the abject horror.”

Charis, a author, speaker, and psychological well being advocate mentioned:

“[Image: the light-skinned buzzed-head person in a wheelchair on a sunny day. A rainbow flag flies from the back of the chair]”

Nomzi Peter

This woman in wheelchair calls herself a royalty on wheels.

Robyn Lambird

And this stunning in her personal proper YouTuber will change the way in which you have a look at life.

Shona, a incapacity and way of life blogger.

She replied to Ken Jennings stating, “Extra like, nothing sadder than an ignorant ableist”

And this one, for you Ken.

That is all, people!

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