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Discriminatory remarks against representation of people with disabilities: Christina Applegate is outraged

“It’s so disgusting!” Actress Christina Applegate, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, protested on Twitter an American polemicist’s remarks about inclusivity for people with disabilities in fashion.

American actress Christina Applegate tweeted last Thursday: “I’m going to try to sleep, but my anger is stopping me.” Why is he angry? Controversial insulting comment by Candace Owens after ad campaign for SKIMS underwear (Kim Kardashian’s line) featuring a model in a wheelchair.

“I don’t understand how we got this far in this inclusivity movement… I’m just sick of this inclusivity movement. It just seems ridiculous to me,” the conservative polemicist commented on an episode of her podcast for The Daily Wire.

Arrow in the heart

This comment is the star of the series dead to me She, who announced she had MS in August 2021, received it as an arrow in the heart.

“I woke up to the most horrible thing,” Christina Applegate tweeted, getting nearly 400,000 reactions along the way. Candace comments on companies that think we need help. It’s so disgusting. Thank you SKIMS… for seeing us. “

The 51-year-old actress also wanted to speak directly to the 33-year-old American political commentator and confidant of Donald Trump in another tweet: “Candace Owens, did you know, when you saw my pictures, how *hard* was it to get dressed? Team!!! That’s why I’m happy to make clothes that are easy to wear, for me and my entire community. I hope you realize that.”

The comedian, who also battled breast cancer in the 2000s, stated that she volunteered to educate Candace about disability if she wanted to contact him.

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“I will answer him without anger. I will do it with love. Because she needs to hear it. I pray for her tonight. Sincerely.”

Moved with a cane, Christina Applegate’s last public appearance dates back to February 26, during the Screen Actors Guild Awards night.