Instead of using actual Paralympians, Vogue Brazil photoshopped able-bodied models

In order to promote the Paralympics, most media outlets are featuring actual Paralympians.

But Vogue Brazil decided to take things in a slightly different, more questionable direction. For their latest photo campaign, Vogue Brazil chose to take two able-bodied models, Cleo Pires and Paulo Vilhena, and Photoshop them to make them look like Paralympians Renate Leite and Bruna Alexandre.

The two models were Photoshopped to look like they had physical disabilities.

Both models are …

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Via: Mashable: Sports

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