Disability

The Silent Grief Of Secret Illness

Illness is intensely personal, but it never affects the person diagnosed alone.

How Treating A Woman Like A Dog Taught Me To Be Vulnerable

She’d pretend to be my dog and I had to issue commands to her.

Why I Wanted My Cane In My Engagement Photos

My cane is a physical manifestation of my identity as a disabled person, and that’s something that is always part of me.

I Was In Love With A Man Who Repeatedly Raped Me For A Decade

I’d always been taught the bad men were the ones lurking in the bushes. No one ever told me they could be the man you marry.

This Is What My Life Is Like Living With Cerebral Palsy

People with disabilities are people first. We are not defined by our disability as one-dimensional.

The Girl Who Fell From The Sky: Emma Carey On Living As A Paraplegic

“It was really bizarre, just no part of me believed it. When doctors said I was paraplegic, I never thought for a second it was true.”

Exercise Is My Way Of Controlling My Chronic Illness

Fighting against a condition that’s intent on stripping my nerve coatings is the most effective way to scream “Screw you!” 

Trump Hits Back After Meryl Streep Expertly Smokes Him In Golden Globes Speech

‘Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn’t know me.’

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