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Diary of a Disabled Person. Sep 15
Oh, so you think my ability to work undermines my & makes me a liar? Would you say that to a paralympian?
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Maysoon Sep 14
Moi on Bringing to the Mainstream via
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Jay Ruderman Sep 16
1 in 5 people in our world has a . They have the power to influence the outcome of any election and impact the bottom line of any company.
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BeingCharis Sep 18
We can't talk about without talking about . Disability: something that significantly restricts 1 or more life activities. If you have you're likely . And that's OK.
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Kate♿💛🥄 Sep 17
holy fuck are people out of touch with the reality of people living on updated: Could You Live on $13,000 a Year?
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Maysoon Sep 13
This is what looks like. I had to sit 7 secs later. I use a in airports cause distance, being squished in a seat and air pressure wreck me. Sometimes I can do stairs. Sometimes no dice. WE'RE NOT FAKING IT.
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💖💄 Aoife ♿💜 Sep 18
1) Before I absolutely had to use my cane again,I limped around which was painful. Had a hard time crossing the street one day,& a kid asked his dad why I was walking like that. Apparently, I had a hangover. I wanted to explain what is to the kid
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Hassan Khader Ali Yusuf 4h
I always see many people advise chronically ill and disabled folks to be satisfied with illnesses and disabilities.I would like to say that we have no other choice but satisfy ourselves of our vulnerabilty but satisfaction does not mean giving up
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Every Australian Counts Sep 18
People with and their families go without desperately needed support - while $4.6 billion is used to prop up the budget bottom line. This is NOT the we fought for. People with disability and their families deserve better
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yorkshire mesmac Sep 19
It's Sexual Health Week and the theme is relationships, sex and disability! 💖 Here's Tommo, our Commumity Development Worker for Scarborough & Ryedale and Hambleton & Richmondshire talking about why inclusion is so important in sexual health! 🙌
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Christina Ryan 9h
Remember! Attending does not define your activism. activists contribute in a myriad of vital ways. Today I've seen many contributing heavily via social media & ensuring a disability perspective is present 💪🏻💪🏻
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⚫ Eliza RoboSossidge SawneyShine - GR Clan 22h
My seizures can cause me to stop breathing. This is why I need round the clock care. Rather aggravating and an inconvenient truth, but that is how it is with epilepsy a lot of the time. Being alone in a house means it's too fucking late if the carer isn't THERE.
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SHELLEY SIMMONDS 3h
I’d just like to tell you that when you have your taxi light on, drive towards a Mum and her young son in his wheelchair, stop and tell her you’d love to take her but you’ve “got another job to get to” you are: A: lying. B: breaking the law. C: a tosser.
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Charlie Williams 4h
A real honour to serve on the youth board of the . Thanks for making us newbies feel so welcome. I can't wait to work with you more!
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I am Joquel Sep 15
I never thought l would be the one to say this but secrets out ... I’m pregnant, I’m nervous but mainly excited about this journey Never let anyone tell you what your future holds , doctors said this wasn’t possible but l’m proof they was wrong!!
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Thinking Autism Sep 13
"If you’re happy being and think of it as part of your identity, that’s great, and I don’t want to upset you or hurt you, but don’t tell me I can’t try to help ease my sons’ suffering...For them, is a life-altering, cruel ..."
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Catia Malaquias Sep 19
This is not ok! It’s time for scholars to understand and support the realization of human rights for people with disabilities - history is too often a tale of ignorance + good intentions = oppression, marginalization and serious violations of
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#Siebe2020 for US House 19h
benefits already don't last an entire month & dont pay a living wage The line for housing is at least 6 months long How are people supposed to live when we keep cutting these programs to the point of unusability??
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Elizabeth Lockwood Sep 19
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Wonder Cripple ♿️ Sep 19
You know, it’s funny. The old adage ”money can’t buy happiness” isn’t really true for disabled people. Money would literally solve all our problems: personal care, medical care, mobility aids. Survival. We would never have to worry about anything if we had money.
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