I’m light-on for written blogging right now, so here’s a recipe for something I made last week. I take no credit for the recipe. It’s almost exactly the recipe on the Pampas pack, except I’ve subbed in vanilla bean paste… Read More ›
Well, this is one of the most enormous pieces of disability fail I’ve seen in the mainstream media for quite a while; and it comes not from Andrew Bolt and friends, but from someone who calls herself a feminist. I… Read More ›
Join our Facebook group – “Against the Proposed Narrowing of Accessible Parking Permit Eligibility“! ~~~ Further to Beppie’s form letter for you to send to government, Wildly Parenthetical and I have been collaborating on a letter to send to community… Read More ›
CALL TO ACTIVISM – Many people with disabilities to be excluded from accessible parking under proposed scheme
Join our Facebook group – “Against the Proposed Narrowing of Accessible Parking Permit Eligibility“! ~~~ UPDATE 1 June 2009: Please see this new post about the current State and Territory eligibility criteria for accessible parking permits: “Harmonisation” of disabled parking… Read More ›
Reading this review of “Getting Off” by Jamye Waxman at Menstrual Poetry, I started to wonder: who’s assessing sex toys from an accessibility point of view? Where are the easy-grip variety-of-angles assistive devices for women with a range of different… Read More ›
Blogging Against Disablism Day 2009 Strategically placed seating costs next to nothing for a business to implement. It requires no building modification. And it can make a huge difference to accessibility for some people with disabilities. Bouquets and Brickbats A… Read More ›
If you’re in the bushfire zone looking for something to do to help and you’ve already donated to the Red Cross and the CFA, your local wildlife rescue service could probably do with a hand – ring them and ask them if they need some eucalyptus leaves from your garden trees, or some help filling water containers in the shelters, or just a cash donation.