Disability Advocates Candace Owens on Importance of Adaptive Clothing after Her Criticism of Kim Kardashian's SKIMS Line

Kardashian's clothing line, SKIMS, recently launched a collection of adaptive clothing designed for people with disabilities.

The line includes a variety of pieces, such as bodysuits and lounge pants, that are made with soft, stretchy fabric and designed to be easy to put on and take off.

The collection has been praised by disability advocates for providing stylish, comfortable clothing options for people with disabilities.

However, Owens recently criticized the line on social media, calling it "ridiculous" and saying that it was "clearly just an attempt to capitalize on a trend."

Disability advocates quickly spoke out against Owens' comments, explaining the importance of adaptive clothing and how it can make a real difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

Many pointed out that Owens clearly had no understanding of what adaptive clothing is or why it's necessary.

Owens later deleted her tweet and issued a non-apology, saying that she didn't know what adaptive clothing was and that she supports "anyone creating products that will help people."

However, many disability advocates were still frustrated with Owens' initial comments and the fact that she seemed to be speaking on a topic she knew nothing about.

They pointed out that comments like Owens' are not only hurtful to people with disabilities but also reinforce harmful stereotypes and stigmas.

Overall, the situation highlights the importance of education and understanding when it comes to issues affecting marginalized communities, including people with disabilities.

Disability advocates are continuing to push for more inclusive and accessible clothing options for people with disabilities and hope that celebrities like Kardashian can help bring attention to these important issues. 

While Owens' comments were disappointing, they also provide an opportunity to educate people about the importance of adaptive clothing and the challenges faced by people with disabilities.