May 1 is blogging against disableism* day. I had something planned for a while, but I’ve been staring at my computer, unable to bring myself to put together the bits that I wanted to. And that is okay, it really is, because some days that is just how my brain goes.
So instead I’m writing some minis into one post.
I saw a tweet today with one of those titles that enrages me with how misleading it was. It was talking about people who use disability services at the airport under false pretenses. Only, it took until nearly the end of the article for them to specify they meant people who are capable of standing in line but use the complementary chair JUST to get through security. So much of it contained assumptions and sterotypes about what people who use chairs in airports are like or doing. So…
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