Kelly Vincent has now taken her place in the South Australian parliament. The House scrambled to provide accessibility, with a newly constructed desk and ramps. The House itself now has a different geography due to the presence of one person…. Read More ›
No, it is not fucking ok for carers to hit people with disabilities on the head when they don’t do as they’re told. NOT. OK. Why does this need saying? At a football game at Saltergate, groups of Chesterfield fans… Read More ›
(My apologies for the lateness of this post — still, I’m sure it’s still May 1 in one or two timezones. :)) While it’s true that people with disabilities are under-represented and misrepresented in popular culture, I wanted to spend… Read More ›
My Blogging Against Disablism Day post is just an image from a doctor’s office, taken by me a few days ago.
The results have been declared! Image: A smiling Kelly Vincent, Dignity for Disability candidate, with a blue flower in her hair and holding a bouquet of pink roses, sits next to former leader of the Australian Democrats Natasha Stott-Despoja. South… Read More ›
Which she wouldn’t need if she didn’t live in a town full of sanctimonious liars. Congratulations to Fulton, Mississippi for the place you now hold in the annals of bigotry.
Image: A smiling Kelly Vincent, Dignity for Disability candidate, with a blue flower in her hair and holding a bouquet of pink roses, sits next to former leader of the Australian Democrats Natasha Stott-Despoja. I linked a few days ago… Read More ›
Taxi driver James Young should probably not be buying any Lotto tickets. A Sydney cabbie is in the doghouse after refusing to allow a guide dog and its high-profile owner – Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes – into his vehicle…. Read More ›