Stereotypes Ahead Of Rio 2016 Paralympics (photos) – Paralympic Stars cross completely N*you*d*e To

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Stereotypes Ahead Of Rio 2016 Paralympics (photos) – Paralympic Stars cross completely N*you*d*e To

Paralympic Tennis player Jordanne Whiley & Swimmer Lewis Edwards Are
amongst Athletes Competing at Rio 2016 Paralympic video games & despite Their
Handicapped scenario Have Posed N*u*d*e in advance Of The video games next Week To
destroy & Kick Away All Stereotypes relating to Handicapped Or Disabled
people/athletes.

Tennis Ace Jordanne Whiley, 24,
Of Halesowen, West Mids sta

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Paralympic Tennis Player Jordanne Whiley And Swimmer Lewis Edwards Are
Among Athletes Competing At Rio 2016 Paralympic Games And Despite Their
Handicapped Situation Have Posed N*u*d*e Ahead Of The Games Next Week To
Smash And Kick Away All Stereotypes Relating To Handicapped Or Disabled
People/athletes.

Tennis Ace Jordanne Whiley, 24,
Of Halesowen, West Mids Said To Sport Magazine: “I Wanted To Show People
You Can Do Beautiful Shoots Without Being A Tall Model.
“That’s Quite Obvious. I’m Short, I’m Disabled And I’m Nowhere Near Perfection. But I’m Very Comfortable In My Skin.
“I’m
Healthy And I Think That’s What Women Should Strive For – Athletes Are
Great Role Models. Role Models Should Be Real People, Too. I’m Flawed,
I’m A Normal Person.
Powerlifter Ali
Jawad, 27, Representing Team GB Said To The Magazine: “The Emphasis In
My Event Is On Bench Press. It’s An All-body Movement, So You Need
All-around Strength. Not Having Legs Means It’s Twice As Hard Because I
Don’t Have That Plant On The Floor.
“My Core
Has To Be Stronger Than The Average Person, And My Back Has To Be Strong
To Support The Weight. My Best Bench Is 202kg, Which Is Almost Three
And A Half Times My Bodyweight Of 58kg. If I Hit That In Rio, I’ll Be
Looking At A Medal.”

 The Magazine Will Feature A N*u*d*e Image Of A Sportsperson Each Week Over The Duration Of The Paralympics.



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