A while back, a confident woman was seen unleashing her inner-model and posing for selfies in a crowded metro. But not all of us can manage that. Nervousness, embarrassment, anxiety, social awkwardness and the fear of judgement get in our way.
21-year-old Nila Morton from Greenville, South Carolina, is also hesitant about posting her photos online. She was born with Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy that results in severe muscle weakness due to which she has to use a wheelchair.
Whenever she dresses up to go out, she clicks pictures but is nervous about sharing them on social media due to negative comments about her disability. Recently, she decided to overcome her fear and posted photos of herself in a sexy black dress.
Take a look.
I was kinda nervous about posting bc this is way outta my comfort zone & Ik some ppl will judge but I felt beautiful 🥰🖤✨ pic.twitter.com/sr0RyOHda4
— 𝒩𝓊𝒷𝒾𝒶𝓃 𝒬𝓊𝑒𝑒𝓃👑✨ (@Niyonce143) February 2, 2020
My disability doesn’t stop me from living life. I love my wheelchair bc it’s my throne. I love that I’m different & I embrace that daily. Ik people are going to talk but imma just give them something to talk about. And that’s on confidence!😘
— 𝒩𝓊𝒷𝒾𝒶𝓃 𝒬𝓊𝑒𝑒𝓃👑✨ (@Niyonce143) February 4, 2020
The post has amassed 36,000 retweets and 523,000 likes. People are lauding her for overcoming her nervousness and building up her confidence by telling her how beautiful she looks. Some Twitter users are asking her not to blur out her wheelchair and ignore the trolls.
People are showering her with praise, complimenting her smile and giving her fashion sense a big thumbs up.
Out of your comfort zone should be your New Zone . Feel beautiful because you are .
No reason to blur out your chair.. Do Donuts in that muh & enjoy life
— J.Diggiti (@Diggiti) February 2, 2020
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That dress!!!! pic.twitter.com/e2WDXCSFIv
— Al Pal (@afrawlmiau) February 2, 2020
Ppl Who judge are just dumb, don't give them importance you're beautiful
— Coralie 愛 (@CoralieLmbr) February 3, 2020
Fixing to break some hearts😍
— John Nicholas (@JohnNic07041863) February 3, 2020
You look lovely and your soul is just glowing. ♡
— Ginger Snapped ❤ (@katy_fit) February 3, 2020
You are beautiful! Don't blur your wheelchair it doesn't dull your beauty ❤….put some bows on that bish so it can keep up😘
— DavaStarr (@DavaStarr) February 3, 2020
You're absolutely beautiful. Your smile could brighten a dark room. I know it brightened my day.
— Jasa_G 🖖 (@JASA_Gentleman) February 3, 2020
Earlier, disabled blogger Melissa Blake who was born with a condition called Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome had to face negative comments about her looks. But she hit back with beautiful selfies of herself and received support online.