Too many people still feel uncomfortable around disability. But don't feel bad, sometimes even people with a disability feel that way amongst people with a disability different to theirs. We usually feel like we are walking on eggshells, worried about offending by what we might say or not say for that matter! The fear of … Continue reading In the end, aren’t we all drifting towards disability?
You tell us, because as my daughter is busy walking through the gates of adulthood and getting a bit more savvy, she is starting to feel like a survivor amongst a world who wish the segment of population she belongs to extinct and yet that same world seems to welcome her with open arms…
How about “ONLY Caucasians are more at risk” or "ONLY Red-haired are more at risk”, or “ ONLY Working-class are more at risk” or "ONLY overweight people are more at risk"?
#IWD has always been a great platform to expose some ginormous elephants in the room. This is one of them. So, let's talk about it.
The day my arrogance saved my daughter when my ignorance might have obliterated her...
@kathleenhumberstone Breaking News: May 9th, 2019 by Denise Humberstone “Sign language made compulsory in all UK educational establishments from nurseries to universities, all government bodies, all work places, all media and entertainment industries starting January 2020 in honour of Deaf Awareness Week!!! The deaf community can’t believe their ears and must have had them burning … Continue reading Deaf Awareness Week 2019
But one thing is for sure, I have to and will stand by you and with you if people don't like you just because of your race, creed, physical or cognitive differences, sexual orientation and gender, because that is not ok.