Day 245: Ripping Off the Label or Why I Think It’s Time To Redefine Feminism

I don't think my parents have ever been considered middle-class, the one plausible exception being the time period in which my mother was enlisted in the Army, but I'm not even sure of that. When people talk about feminism lately it all seems to come back to their annoyance with white, middle-class, heterosexual women and... Continue Reading →

Day 244: If You Want to Put Me on a Pedastal Think Again Please

  I think that most parents of children and adults with disabilities have gone through a grieving cycle at least once sometime after the definitive answer that their child will never be seen by the world as “normal.” I know my mom has and she tells me all the time that she asked for a... Continue Reading →

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