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Lawrence Carter-Long Apr 18
FAIR WARNING: Call me an "access inclusion seeker" and you'll get punched in the face. In other words, "Don't diss my disability." Too many fought, got arrested, probably died so I could proudly proclaim it. PC plonkers don't get to take that history away.
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Mary 💞 23m
CW Abuse TW Abuse As someone who suffered abuse by her parents growing up due to her disability, I wonder how many others have also?
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♿︎ Elise Apr 16
ppl can use the accessible toilet, that’s what it’s for. Breastfeeding moms don’t belong in there for 45 mins while I’m wetting myself in my bcs I’ve got nowhere to pee. Don’t @ me with “being a mom is hard” bcs having babies is a choice & a privilege.
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sunildvr Apr 18
Great article from about (in)visibility of particular impairments and how this interacts with the necessity to use facilities. Great to see more awareness raising around these issues
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Nella Verderosa 18h
Which term do you prefer? Explain.
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Teresa Divilly Apr 11
If a person is temporarily by an or incident, they cannot use a car park space. When walking with # walking aids the pavements are too uneven. A pavement can have two or three different surfaces.
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Tinu Apr 13
fam? Do strangers ever start a conversation with you by asking "what's your disability?" Instead of hi or good evening? How do you typically respond if so?
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Diary of a Disabled Person. Apr 19
Given that is now an offensive word, one which I probably should have censored, henceforth I shall be known as Diary of an Access Inclusion Seeking Person.
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Emeric Davis 15h
I’m not saying a place without NT’s would be better but a break from their expectations would be nice
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⚖️Leah McRorie Apr 17
It’ll be interesting and frustrating to watch the people who advocated for Albertans during the election only to forget our community once they are sworn in.
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John Morris, Wheelchair Travel 14h
I am a seeker of many things related to access & inclusion. Accessible Airplane Lavatory Seeker Wheelchair Accessible Uber Seeker Functioning Elevator Seeker Wide Door Seeker Ramp Seeker ADA Compliance Seeker I seek these because I have a disability & am .
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K.J. Aiello, Writer 19h
So question for ppl with : do you consider yourself ?
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NewDawnFades 2h
Replying to @smiggy303
so they can try to get a but then you were actually proposing when the different minority was successful that had a different coloured badge. Not to help them, but to help you & non people see how their condition varied from other people in a colour chart.
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Ok then what's next? 2h
Lots of people queuing for the toilet. Me: can I use it 1st if no one else is disabled? Woman: why Me: it’s for disabled people W: my son’s disabled Son: I’m not f***** disabled! 😡 Im irritated: a) she was happy to lie b) he thinks being disabled is *that* terrible
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Karo and Al N. Apr 18
It’s suggested you look into and the harm they did to innocent consumers ,many who were some , I saw you in a photo with a Synermed executive so you likely know about them Mr. Newsom
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Keleigh Shepherd 22h
So, fellow folks, is this a common accessible room thing? Twice in different parts of the UK I've encountered short beds. I'm 5'10 (~177cm) and my feet are off the bed. Really painful on my bad knee. Very painful in fact.
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Lady Fuchsia Aurelius 8h
I'm so so close to 1k. If I can hit that by today I can put a down payment on the Abler on Tuesday. I so need to get out and enjoy the sun. Can you help me do that? .
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WeAreDisabled 7h
Just been called a bitch for not going around someone. That's bad enough if I'm in my , but I was on my walking frame. What the fuck is wrong with people that they think a person who is clearly struggling to walk should go around them?!?
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k. m. alyn Apr 11
Replying to @speakingabtpain
Thank you for advocating for the and communities!
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