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John Dunne ♿ 14m
Bus stopped, ramp out. Buggy & wheelchair off, buggy waiting to go back on. I approached ramp to get on, buggy on ahead of me & straight into wheelchair space, blocking. She "didn't see me" waiting to board & called me "stupid" after I'd got on. Pure !
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G.G. Kiersten | These Violet Delights Aug 18
Can we stop stigmatizing adults living with their parents? There are many reasons why adults have to live with their parents. Disabilities and culture being a few of them.
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Pond 51m
Visit Polperro and pay 20p to use dirty toilets with no paper or soap, and good like finding an accessible toilet (for which you will also need 20p).
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brownskinnedgirl_tina Aug 13
Replying to @Lady_Jazzy21
For the dance, not Abby.
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sophia, vulture appreciator Aug 16
Replying to @pylonfan
This is actually quite frightening, am I going to have to start looking up public toilets in order to know if I can use them without violent and humiliating consequence?
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Dr. Anjali F-P Aug 18
Ugh. installed permanent fixtures of shampoo/conditioner, but you have to be able to stand at normal height in order to reach. one more burden back on people. Why not get creative and install adjustable height shelf?
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TheIrishNinjas ♿️ Aug 16
If your response to Trump saying America needs institutions for people with mental illnesses is "He'd be the first to be admitted!", you're part of the problem. Stop armchair diagnosing.
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Jess Soanes 1h
Replying to @TrinityLeeds
All non-disabled toilets were open!!!
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Amanda Levitt 14h
A agent asked my disabled friend which of her life saving medications she could skip for a month so that she could pay her student loan. 🙃🙃🙃 1.
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Cristina Aug 19
Today my Dr refused to fill out the paperwork for getting me handicapped parking placards because she was more concerned with me burning calories walking than my ability to get to my class safely and able to pay attention. and are alive and well my friends
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Aparna Nair Jul 9
Thread: It is 'how-to-dress-for-academic-job-talks' season & many have pointed out the race/class/gender dimensions of these standards, but it's worth remembering that these standards need to be examined through the lens of disability, which is a part of 'diversity'...1/
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Charlotte Issyvoo Aug 18
When a disabled character shows up in a TV show, you know: - he's in a wheelchair no actually disabled person would use - he's faking disability to commit a crime or - he's so angry about his disability he's going to commit a crime - the actor is not actually disabled
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Dr. Jennifer Sarrett Aug 8
I co-led a faculty workshop today on autism in the classroom. The 1st question we got was if narcissism was a core feature of autism. There is still so much work to do to eradicate and inaccurate tropes about autism.
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Paul Gorski Aug 13
(1/2) Working w/ schools I see the pounding educators can take just for telling the truth about , , etc. Many of you are walking into the fray for a new year to fight for children, knowing the pounding is coming. Y'all are the badass-est of badasses. Thank you.
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TheIrishNinjas ♿️ Aug 3
Marianne Williamson's interactions with the disabled/chronically ill community on Twitter have so much gaslighting you could illuminate a street in victorian England with them.
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Naomi Shaw Aug 16
Here’s a little tip (😏) for you if you’re trying to chat up someone with autism... Don’t try to be woke by telling them that Autism “isn’t a disability, Andy Warhol had it and he was a genius”. Well thank you Kevin, you’ve cured me...now I don’t have to struggle 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
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Nosferatu 22h
Similar issue in a lot of autism charities, they don't actually hire autistic adults...
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Lyn Carver Aug 19
Disabled People Exist. should be ashamed.
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Jessica / 芬宇 Aug 19
reminder to not make jokes about chronic back pain as a young person if you don't actually suffer from chronic/constant back pain !! I promise it's different from what the majority of you are talking about (+ I don't even have it that bad most days)
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Amanda Levitt 13h
Replying to @Navient
This is where we are in the world. employees asking which medication someone can skip so they can pay a student loan.
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