A young man from Lancaster, who has a rare condition that means he can't smile, or make other facial expressions, is calling on people to look past disability and see the person inside.
Macauley Collinson is a 23 year old living in Lancaster. He is diagnosed with a a condition called Moebius Syndrome which means he has a lack of nerves in his face.
He says people often think he's unhappy when he's far from it. So he enlisted the help of Fixers, the campaign to give young people a voice.
And the Fixers project is aimed at changing attitudes towards people with disabilities.
His sister Meghan Collinson, said
Graeme Ellis from 'Independent Me', an organisation in Lancaster that helps Disabled citizens achieve independent living, said