Fashioneyesta Appears in Scope’s #EndTheAwkward Campaign

Greetings Readers!

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Today I wanted to share something very exciting with you all, now as some of you may remember a while back I was telling you all about some filming I did with UK disability Charity Scope but I had to keep my lips sealed about what it was.

But, now it’s been launched I can finally reveal that I next to the like of Warwick Davies, Nick Hamilton and Jack Binstead and many other amazing people i am one of the faces of this years `#EndTheAwkward Campaign!

The End The Awkward Campaign is a campaign aimed to raise awareness of disability and to help people from feeling uncomfortable and awkward around disability. A lot of people across the UK say that they feel awkward and uncomfortable around disability which is why for the second year in a row Scope pulled together a bunch of different people with different disabilities and got them to share their awkward moment to the camera.

Mine happened to me once when I was out and someone decided to bend down and give directions to my guide dog instead of me…contrary to what some believe my guide now is not a Sat Nav.

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Check Out The Introductory Video

Check Out The Behind The Scenes Footage

Check Out My Individual Video

I also wrote a blog for the Scope blog on my top awkward moments which you can check out by clicking here.

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And I will also be making some videos on my YouTube channel about awkwardness and disability so keep a look out for those.

Until next time!

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Emily is a Masters Degree Student, Writer, Journalist, YouTuber and blogger who runs the blog and YouTube channel

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