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Experts / August 2018
Ali Cerasuolo, Global Newsroom

Mama Cax Empowers Women to Embrace Their Differences

Mama Cax shares her personal experiences of life with a disability on her blog, Mamacax.com. She focuses on body positivity and empowers women with disabilities to be bold and celebrate and embrace their differences. 

 “My wish is to see this movement evolve to include more marginalized bodies in general,” she says.  

She’s committed to making this wish a reality. “If you’re not used to seeing people like you do something, then you’re going to go about life thinking that you can’t,” she explains.  

In honor of her work celebrating people with disabilities, Cax was recently invited to the White House to be a part of a fashion show, which celebrated inclusive design, assistive technology and prosthetics. 

“Body positivity doesn’t mean that you have to love your body 100 percent, 24/7. It means that sometimes you do, sometimes you don’t,” she says. “The fact that you’re working on it is what matters.”

How has Mama Cax's story inspired you? Tweet @ReebokWomen and tell us!

Experts / August 2018
Ali Cerasuolo, Global Newsroom