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Darth Mik Jun 15
Legit had a guy complain that I was using up a "regular" parking space instead of using the ones "[my] kind" have already stolen. I parked in a regular spot because 1) I don't have a placard or sticker and 2) Seriously, wtf people? I use a cane, get over it.
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Stimmy 🐈 Steve Asbell Jun 16
This sign says: “TO ACCOMMODATE OR NOT TO ACCOMMODATE? - Is it possible that the accommodation can actually become the handicap?” . And then it shows a picture of a man miraculously getting out of a wheelchair. . So many layers of offensive garbage here.
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Paige B. Jun 16
fraudulently claimed to have a working pool lift several times. Rooms were booked based off these claims. So, yet again another company taking advantage of and ignoring the disabled community.
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Rabbi Ruti Regan 🏳️‍🌈🗳🇺🇸 Jun 14
Sometimes when people are like “don’t let your disability define you”, what they really mean is “you need to let therapists and special educators define you.”
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Flirty The Mini Service Horse Jun 17
Ableds can be so cruel. "Your animals are beautiful," someone called to me and my friend as we left the zoo with our service animals. When we didn't respond, they apparently took it as an affront and added, "But you aren't."
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wannabeaPhDiva 1h
Post picture in wheelchair. Immediately receive comments asking what happened. Re-explain nothing happened, reinforce that disability is not negative. Receive prayers for recovery. Repeat.
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Elien M. Jun 15
I've never felt so damn unwelcome at a concert... When adult women are worse than teenagers...
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crippleandbaldy 1h
Work poops are the worst! 😩 Link to listen in bio! #disability#disabledpeoplearehot #disabledpeoplearecute#disabilitypride #alopecia#alopeciaandrogenetica
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Jules Jun 15
Me getting off the bus, wrestling with my wheelchair and getting ready for a somersault down the ramp that is far too steep. Bus driver: So you can move your feet?
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Isolde 🥄✊🏻🌈🦓🦄🧬♿️🕶✍🏿🦸🏿‍♀️🧜‍♀️ 5h
Dear private companies and individuals: Our medical conditions are none of your fucking business. If we have a or , that means we need them. “a relentless dystopian nightmare”
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Oliver (they/them) Jun 17
It’s always so strange when people chase after me to hold open an *automatic* door. Just ask if I need help with the door.
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Crutches THEE Spice ♿️ 1h
Buy an shirt and help me get a scooter in the process!!!
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theta Jun 14
Hey can we talk about how trapped and Othered it makes you feel as a visibly disabled person to be approached by a total stranger who asks if they can pray for you (1/?)
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Amelia🦄 Jun 21
My brother: is annoying me Me: can u stop. I don't feel well today Ny bro: u always don't feel good Me: I have a chronic illness My bro:didn't realize it spread to ur brain Me: it affects my whole body My bro: u made it affect ur whole body 😡
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Enjolras♿🏳️‍🌈☭(they/them) Jun 23
Just saw someone say she heard a disabled person say he finally conquered his shyness and started having sex with people, and then she called him an incel.. Apparently if you're disabled you're an incel even if you're having sex which means you aren't an incel
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östen nataraja Jun 15
All I got for my birthday was an eviction. Except, rather than serving it to me, after 5 years living together, the LL texted it to my elder mother. On my bday. Bc I am medically disabled. Still hasn’t served me.
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Jasper  ♿ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🌈🖤💜 🐢 Jun 22
True allyship is talking to the other wheelchair user on the train and together discussing curbs + loudly complaining about people putting luggage in our spaces in front of everyone on the train 🚆♿
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Twitching And Bitching Jun 22
I love it when people ask "can you stop that?" and I responde with "no, I have tourettes, so th-". And then they start bitching about bad behaviour. I will shove my cane up your ass! Shut up.
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Joy Jun 20
love being constantly reminded at work that i’m different when people point out my cough or ask if i’m feeling better yet ... no... i will never feel better
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Heather Reeve Jun 17
People really need to learn that not all disabilities are visible and that people who do not 'look disabled' CAN use disabled toilets. And should be able to use them without hassle or grief!
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