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Diversity & Ethics

People with Down’s Syndrome can play golf and older women can work as models.

Just as a double amputee ex-paralympian can shine on Broadway.

The female athlete in question is currently realising her dream on the stage in New York by starring in the play “Cost of Living.” Her role?

A woman who is confined to a wheelchair following an accident. Although born without lower legs, giving up was never an option for her.

After years spent hiding her disability, she now enjoys “showing a bit of leg” and is an advocate for greater representation on the stage.

Diversity has its proponents in the Parisian Opera too.

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