“People with disabilities are invisible” Selma Blair

  Selma Blair, a US actress, has spoken about her life with multiple sclerosis, four months after she was diagnosed.


Selma Blair attended the post-Oscars Vanity Fair party on Sunday

    She told Vanity Fair magazine, that she really feel like people with disabilities are invisible to a lot of people.

   Appearing with a cane at an Oscars party on Sunday, she added that there is no tragedy for her, above all, she is happy.
  Blair said she does not know if she  believed in herself or had the ambition before her diagnosis. And oddly now she does, and she does not know if it’s too late. MS, is an incurable condition affecting the brain or spinal cord, capable of causing vision, balance and muscle problems.
Selma suggested that Stylish clothes should be made for for disabled people. 
  The actress is known for participating in  films including Cruel Intentions and Legally Blonde, and will star in Netflix’s forthcoming sci-fi drama Another Life.

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