the octagonal table
|This will likely become a collection of things I like: being, in no particular order, fandom, disabled rights, lgbtq rights, science, dinosaurs, political philosophy, math, and women being awesome.|
While every disabled person will have their own take on this for themselves, i am not “differently abled” and i kindly ask that you not insist on calling me that. It may seem like a trivial thing, but it’s not.
When you call me “differently abled” (in most cases this is regarding your perceptions and interpretations of my body), you are obscuring (however intentional or not) the reality that what is actually going on is in part just an ableist social construction made architectural: some people are actively ENabled to be part of their communities/ neighbourhoods/ spaces/ etc, and some of us are actively DISabled from doing so specifically because in general those who are ENabled to do so are the ones making the decisions about how and when and where the constructed environment is created and DISabled folks just have to suck it up because, yknow, ableism."
I wonder if all those mums who want their children to get 100.000 reblogs in order to prove something form some kind of club or community
Will is friend not food.
was i the only one who never had an allowance and just did things cause my parents said so
While every disabled person will have their own take on this for themselves, i am not “differently abled” and i kindly ask that you not insist on...”