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Sarah Marquez 2h
Coworker giving a tour of the office: "aaannnd this is Sarah. She is a Program Coordinator and does social media." Stranger to me: "omg you're sooo small!" Me: Stranger: "oh I'm so sorry!" Me: Stranger: "It's just adorable!" Me: Who? What? Why? Smh
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Katee Apr 11
“What do seizures feel like?” I don’t know. I’m unconscious during them... “well then how do you know you’re having them?” Oof
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Tabi Cat 😼 Apr 14
is the whole reason I got twitter.
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Nao Apr 11
When I turned 18 my little brother lost his benefits. Because me turning 18 definitely makes him grow a second leg??
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Claire-a-dee Apr 10
Professor: Autism and SPD are the exact same thing! Me: Actually it's common to have both, but they are separate things P: NO, they're the same Me: But they're not P: I think I would know more than you about this Me: I have SPD so- P: No. Class dismissed!
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Tiffaney Ganci Apr 18
Replying to @tiffey98
today one of the bus ramps wasn't working and instead of explaing to me why I wasn't able to get on. The bus driver got angry, said i couldn't come on, and when I said I really had to get home he said it wasn't his problem and drove off.
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weird but nice Apr 10
Me: *has EDS* Abled: YOU ARE SO STRONG AND BRAVE AND NOTHING CAN KEEP YOU DOWN YASSS KWEEN Me: *can't walk because of dislocations* Abled: oh my God, you're SO overdramatic, just suck it up
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jemmabrown 3h
When your wheeling through a shop in your and you see a group of ladies walking towards you so you pull over to the side and stop... the one closest to you says thanks by whacking you round the face with her handbag
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Shona Awareness Month 8h
: I'd like some supportive resources on autistic parenthood : Here's an article saying you're shit, your kids will hate you, you are mindblind, have no theory of mind. You are welcome.
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Han Apr 17
Me: this show has a disability in it and I’m going to take as much rep as I can get! Abled: yeah but it didn’t have [minority group] so it’s not good and I’m going to be bitter/mean about it. Me: All I wanted was one thing.
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Leigh ♿️🏳️‍🌈 8h
This hair salon has a ramp. With a 5” drop at the end. 🙄🙄🙄
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Nikki Apr 15
I have chronic pain in my legs (off and on, not 24/7) and tonight I'm going to a dance class. And my stepmom asked why I'm going if I have pain in my legs. Like really, can I not just enjoy myself despite my pain?
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H Pure 🇨🇦🌈 Apr 16
Someone who hasn’t seen me in over a year grilled me as to why I have a cane now. Proceeded to make guesses. Guess what she has THE cure! Raisins soaked in gin. I’m sure that’ll improve my failing kidney!!
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Amanda DeBellis Apr 18
The only Instagram phenomenon I hate more than creepy stalking old men, is ableds following me for the sole purpose of treating me like a charity case and sending me “mind over matter” messages to “inspire” me to “feel better”.
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Velvet Undercut Apr 17
Wow the term ‘acess ability seekers’ can fuck right off as can comparing the word ‘disabled’ to the fricking n-word. Ableds are fucking wild.
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Nicole Rodovsky Apr 13
How not to ask to pet any service animal: Them, with a cutesy smile on their face: "Is he friendly!?" Me: "No, you may not pet him."
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Cathoumauve 20h
Replying to @ReeseW
it's okay to not being able/capable to do stuff and you still worth living in inclusion and hapiness. No matter how you need support. never forget
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Mae Pacine Apr 16
Someone asked why I was disabled so I explained that I was mentally ill and they told me that it's okay because everyone's a little crazy. Once again....
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Polly Whitmore Apr 17
I wear earplugs in the subway. And only put them in when someone is being particularly distracting. Everyone else: Isn't that rude? Well I don't want to spend my whole ride involuntarily listening to your small talk.
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Disabled Times Apr 13
Not all disabled people want a cure. Stop trying to force your abled-ness onto us and just let us get on with it. Help by removing barriers NOT by wishing it away. Thank you for sharing this with me!
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