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We the undersigned petition high street retailers in the UK to involve disabled models in their advertising campaigns

17,626 Signatures Goal: 50,000

In the special editions of How to Look Good Naked … With a Difference, Gok has joined forces with Naked Ambassadors Natasha Wood and Nikki Fox in a mission to convince retailers that disability can sell fashion.

A massive 92% of people who answered our exclusive Naked survey felt that customers with disabilities are ignored by the fashion and beauty industries. And with 94% saying that they wanted to see more people with disabilities used in adverts and magazines, it’s time to for change.

Armed with their beautiful disabled model, Shannon, and a fabulous ad campaign, Tash and Nikki have set out to see if they can convince some of the biggest names in the business to start using disabled models in their adverts. But they need your help! – To show your support in getting disabled models to feature in high street advertising, then please take a couple of moments to sign our petition. Your support could help change the face of fashion forever.

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    Laura Bates New Zealand
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    Joanna Hardman United Kingdom
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