PROSTHETICS ARE BUILT FOR DISABLED PEOPLE. BUT THEY STILL LACK INCLUSIVITY.
Ironically, prosthetics, built with disabled users in mind, are still not inclusive, leaving many prosthetic users devoid of the Goldilocks outcome that feels just right. They are meant to be custom-made to fit and balance the wearer’s body, but prosthetics are assembled from parts designed based on a one-size-fits-all standard.
LOSING ABORTION ACCESS IS A DISASTER FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Our world will never be fully accessible without the option of abortion.
SELMA BLAIR JOINS GUIDE BEAUTY COSMETICS AS NEW CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER
To shine a light on exclusion in the beauty industry isn't so much as to see the glass half empty —advocates like Blair and Bryant also want to expose these disparities so we can all work together to create designs born out of specific experiences and abilities.
THE MOVEMENT TO DEGENDER FASHION CAN’T LEAVE OUT DISABLED PEOPLE
These four queer, disabled individuals discuss their right to self-expression and need for the fashion industry to do better.
HOW MY TATTOOS HAVE HELPED ME COME TO TERMS WITH MY DISABILITY
Girl Knew York, Marlee Matlin, and Paralympian, Elizabeth Marks on how their permanent body art is helping them re-envision their permanent physical conditions.
PARALYMPIC SWIMMER JESSICA LONG WANTS MORE VISIBILITY FOR PRO ATHLETES WITH DISABILITIES
The 13-time Paralympic champion spoke with Allure about how she's coping with the loss of her usual routine and the current state of inclusivity in sports.