Nyle DiMarco

The deaf model and artist's take on Grande's smash got praise from the pop diva herself.
"It’s a view of just a few seconds of a disabled person’s life," said DiMarco, an "America's Next Top Model" winner who is deaf.
Actor and model Nyle DiMarco is Deaf. He doesn’t understand the concept of silence — it’s just his default mode.
“Pretending to be deaf is NOT ok,” male model and vocal disability advocate Nyle DiMarco tweeted.
“[People] think diversity has to do with race and gender, but there’s so much more to it.”
The first major speaker of the evening was Chad Griffin. Over the years he has become a great speaker. He began by thanking
There has been less attention -- especially in the LGBT community -- to protected non-visible disabilities such as epilepsy, depression, alcoholism, anxiety disorder, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder and post traumatic stress syndrome.
As Nyle himself pointed out, "Our voice has constantly been ignored. Our message is heard, but we're not listened to." Let