An unusual question leads to a stark realization.
Sometimes the biggest barrier to success is ourselves.
Don't Forget that the ADA is a civil rights law.
What it’s like to deal with a lack of accessibility.
Cerebral Palsy is a lot of things to a lot of people.
How Able‐bodied Actors Kill Disabled Heroes.
All we really want to be is represented.
A helpful smile in every aisle is a fucking lie.
We have our own brand of humor.
All the greatest hits that make you want to punch someone.
Because disabled people don’t really exist, do they?
Increase your gains (in accessibility).
When your friends and family actively work against your best interests.
Never forget that you are in charge of your health.
The pain is worth it.
Getting and using a wheelchair is more complicated than you would think.
It’s important to find solidarity.
We know what you really mean.
I shouldn’t need a grappling hook just to get a seat.
Smack that ass. Save a life.
Where I explain, again, why my chair has no push bars.
It’s almost too real to be sattire.
Some of the best ways to improve accessibility are free
They get every detail right except the most important one
What does it say about the world when we force discrimination into children’s playtime?
It’s worse than you can imagine.
You can both accept your condition and fight for prevention.
Knowing what to do when no one is around to help is a critical skill.
You cannot be what you cannot see.
Disabled kids need disabled role models.