Calling someone a r****d isn’t “making fun of” disabled people. Call it what it is. It’s a slur.
Assaulting or harassing someone because they are disabled isn’t “bullying”. Call it what it is. It’s a hate crime.
These words are demeaning, they are what you use for discussing the things children do to each other, not discrimination. It belittles the discrimination disabled people face to talk about it like it’s a playground cruelty.
Would you think it’s ok to talk about women or LGBT people assaulted, harassed and having slurs used against them in these words? Then it’s not ok to talk about hate crimes against disabled people like that.
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Sometimes, carrying on, just carrying on, is the superhuman achievement. — Albert Camus, The Fall (via wordsnquotes)
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Please, for the love of music, please boost this post, and boost these women, who do not get half the attention Iggy gets for her cliché bullshit.
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colored pencils and watercolor on paper
© Charles Swann 2014
ok but consider this
- bi characters whose most defining trait isn’t flirting with everyone they meet
Here is the link to the City Lab article and the link to the actual website, Turn On Detroit’s Water.
h/t to amomenttothink for retweeting this.
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Stone and Sky by BoxTail
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© Greg Abbott
Created (YMD) 2014-03-21.
Gravity doesn’t apply to this critter. #morningscribbles by CHRIS RYNIAK on Flickr.
Perfect day for fishing by CookiesOChocola on Flickr.
Luttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340.
British Library, Add 42130, fol. 164r
It’s amazing how they knew about flashers in the fourteenth century.