This post is part of our Summer Slowdown repost series: in March 2004 I had breast reduction mammoplasty surgery.
Friday Hoyden: Barbara Moore: Feminist, Lawyer, Writer & Grad Student of the U of Melbourne. 1953-2009
This obituary has been provided by Marion May Campbell, who supervised Barbara Moore’s thesis, The Art of Being a Tortoise: Life in the Slow Lane. The thesis was awarded is being edited for submission for a Master of Arts by… 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 ›
There’s a whole industry that involves measuring the survival techniques and truths of people with CFS, then pointing the finger at them for causing their own illness with their Scientifically! Proven! personality “deficits”. Here’s the latest product of that industry…. Read More ›
Some days, I need this handy Pain Troubleshooting Guide. Today is one of those days. In other news:
Healthy former quarterback Ray Crockett spends 30 days playing a can’t-walk game. Morgan Spurlock doesn’t put it that way, however. He asks, “Will he be able to convert from quarterback to handicapped?” “Even though it’s in our headlines, how much… Read More ›
Just over 3 years ago I had breast reduction mammoplasty surgery. At the time I clunkily coded my own webpage detailing the events pre and post op. (some of my invisible listserv friends said “you should blog this” and I… Read More ›