In other quien es mas discriminated against news,
Ms. Wheelchair Wisconsin has been stripped of her title because pageant officials say she can stand—and point to a newspaper picture as proof.
Janeal Lee, who has muscular dystrophy and uses a scooter, was snapped by The Post-Crescent newspaper standing among her high school math students.
"I've been made to feel as if I can't represent the disabled citizens of Wisconsin because I'm not disabled enough," Lee said Thursday.
Sounds like yet another sign that the differently abled are going mainstream. For instance, this line, in a New York Times follow-up:
The pageant organization says the competition is not a beauty contest. The women are selected based on their accomplishments and how well they perform in interviews.