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Lauredhel is an Australian woman and mother with a disability. She blogs about disability and accessibility, social and reproductive justice, gender, freedom from violence, the uses and misuses of language, medical science, otters, gardening, and cooking.

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5 responses to “Race, class, disability, sex; sex, disability, race, class; class, sex, disability, race; getting off the roundabout and meeting in the middle, dizzy as all get-out, but trying to find which way is up”

  1. Magniloquence

    Thanks for the link! *grins* What an honor!

    For the class thing, BetaCandy at Blind Privilege has a great post: White Trash Blues: Class Privilege v. White Privilege. It demonstrates the way that different types of privilege work in the world, and how they are and are not equivalent.

  2. tekanji

    Just a note, my “Deeper Look into Minority Spaces” isn’t a post about race, it’s a general post about privileged people coming into the spaces of non-privileged — that includes race, gender, class, etc.

  3. Jo Tamar

    Great post Lauredhel.

    On the class thing, it’s worth including Kactus’s blog, she’s not posting all that much at the moment, but if you flick through the archives there’s some gold there, particularly the posts on living on foodstamps. Really eye-opening stuff.

    Jo

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