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An agency refused to let boy this beautiful boy with Down syndrome model their clothes.  But his mom’s witty response has the internet in celebration 

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These days, advertisements and advertising are becoming to mirror society as a whole.

Some fashion firms have discontinued the practice of photo-editing models, while others have included older models.

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Having said that, there is still much work ahead of us.

Because Oshkosh B’Gosh, a children’s apparel business, declined to employ a loving mother’s son as a model when the mother provided images of her son to the firm lately.

The cause? The youngster suffers from Down syndrome.

These days, advertisements and advertising are becoming to mirror society as a whole.

- Advertisement -

Some fashion firms have stopped using picture editing, while others have used older models.

Some fashion firms have discontinued the practice of photo-editing models, while others have included older models.

Having said that, there is still much work ahead of us.

Because Oshkosh B’Gosh, a children’s apparel business, declined to employ a loving mother’s son as a model when the mother provided images of her son to the firm lately.

The cause? The youngster suffers from Down syndrome.

Instagram/Megan Richter The Nash
Georgia is where Meagan Nash and her family reside in the United States.

Meagan was thrilled to hear that Oshkosh B’Gosh, a children’s apparel manufacturer, was seeking models, so she sent in pictures of her 15-month-old son, Asher.

The child satisfies every condition set forth by the business. In addition to having the perfect hair and eyes, he was also the perfect height.

However, Meagan received no response despite sending in pictures of her son.

When Meagan got in touch with corporate personnel, they informed her that they didn’t want “a baby with special needs” and hence weren’t interested in employing Asher in their next ad.

“Did they say they weren’t going to cast a special needs child?” The Independent claims that the mother retaliated.

Instagram/Megan Richter Nash Meagan felt upset and irritated.

Granted that not every child has the potential to be a role model, but to reject her son based only on the fact that he has an additional chromosome?

Meagan made the decision to take action because she wished the firm had given it some thought and recognized the value that Asher would have added.

In the “Kids with Down’s syndrome” Facebook page, she shared images of her baby Asher.

Photographer Crystal Barbee’s images of the really endearing Ashley with a bow tie and blue denim shirt were an instant hit.

Meagan sent the following letter to the business that rejected her son:

“Let’s change things by sharing so they can see Asher!

This charming young man is prepared to demonstrate to the world the meaning of “Changing the Face of Beauty.”

Megean stated in the article that she was working with the Changing the Face of Beauty group to try to convince Oshkosh to include her kid in their advertising. She also emphasized that her son was rejected by an agency rather than the clothing business.

If you agree that Asher is a really attractive youngster who would be a fantastic model for any children’s apparel brand, then share these pictures of him with others!

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