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Eugene*Grant 30 Oct 18
It's . Did you know 80 per cent of people with dwarfism have average height parents, like I do? Did you also know dwarf people can have average height children? You do now! 👊🏼✊🏼💙🔥
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Hollis Jane Andrews Oct 4
October is which....okay. Here is my first ever and likely only post about this. Follow these tips and tricks and you too can have a successful interaction with a little person!
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Ahlyah Ali 31 Oct 18
"The best thing to call someone with dwarfism, Mr Grant advises, is their name. “And if you don't know their name, ask yourself why you need to refer to their body before knowing who they are.”
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Jack Santy Oct 26
Happy : Stop making Little People feel at fault for your own children's discomfort with people. [A thread]
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Brooke 1 Oct 17
Love a LITTLE too much!! 💚💚
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Eugene*Grant Oct 30
As draws to an end*, do you know about Eliza Suggs? No? Cool. Read and RT 👇🏼
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Restricted Growth 1 Oct 18
To all our friends, family, members, and supporters in the community... ...Happy 2018!
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Warwick Davis 19 Oct 18
Delighted to have had the opportunity to speak to pupils at in for & . I was was so impressed with their knowledge about dwarfism & their intelligent questions. See highlights of my visit on at 6pm.
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Jake Oct 2
It's so as a developer shout out to all the Teachers, Press Officers, Paralympians, Academics etc .There are challenges but these help shape us to the people we become. It's 2019 we see walls cast by stereotypes & pre-conception and smash straight through!
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Eugene*Grant 31 Oct 18
is almost over. I'm not "the dwarf on Twitter". I cannot speak for the whole community nor do I wish to. We are not a homogenous entity. Please check out and follow my dwarfism role models and friends, listed below. 👇🏼👊🏼✊🏼💙🔥
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MAMS 29 Oct 18
MAMS Family educates and celebrates Dwarfism Awareness Month
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Jennifer Arnold, MD Oct 1
It’s the first day of — Fact-In July 2009 the word "midget" was declared inappropriate and offensive. Preferable terms are: average-height, having dwarfism, short stature, little person, lp, and the medical terminology use of dwarf…
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John Young 2 Oct 18
I know this is and I think it's important to share information and answer questions related to my short stature. But what I really wish for, is a month where no one notices or comments about my short stature. Now that would be amazing.
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Eugene*Grant 29 Oct 18
“I love my body. I love my community. They are never going to take that away from me.” Bit of a strong headline but I spoke to the Evening Standard for . activist tells of a lifetime of shocking, dehumanising abuse
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Shannon 9 Oct 18
Did you know October is ? Please read my essay published on to learn why this month is so important to my family.
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Warwick Davis 7 Oct 18
Charity, LittlePeopkleUK celebrate and being .
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Sienna Bernal 24 Oct 18
"A PERSON'S A PERSON NO MATTER HOW SMALL." ~DR. SEUSS
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Sarah Manteuffel Oct 4
Oh boy - here we go! Can't wait to present and be a part of the Conference in a few weeks - especially fitting since October is !
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aJ Oct 1
“A person’s a person, no matter how small” Dr Suess Today starts . This month my family and myself will be celebrating and remembering my sister Jaiden along with the other hundreds and thousands that were born similar to her. We love and miss you bug ❤️
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Klane K White MD 1 Oct 17
Proud to be part of the LPA community! Looking forward to our Monday skeletal dysplasia clinic!
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