I’ve been working hard for the last few months on my book. Now it’s finished and almost ready to be released.
Since I started working on my book a lot of people have called me a lot of things: badass, foolish, ridiculous, strong, determined and much more.
For the past few months I’ve been working on my debut novel. I’ve mentioned it here a few times and people have been asking me if I plan to self publish it or go the traditional route of getting an agent and a publisher. I have researched both extensively and chosen to…..
I’ve been seeing a lot of debates lately about service animals and fake service animals so I decided to give a little insight from someone who spent 12 years with a service dog and has had quite a long list of experiences to talk about. This is Diamond. She was my service dog for 12Continue reading “Service Animal Etiquette”
Internalized Ableism is something all disabled people struggle with. What is Internalized Ableism? Well to understand Internalized Ableism first you need to understand ableism and why it is bad.
Over the last five years it seems like every few months I’ve had to start over. It’s been exhausting but it’s been cleansing in a sense because it’s all lead to what this next year will bring for me.
TW: Death Talk Also to my friends that read this I’m including some things about our friend that passed recently. Just a warning if you aren’t ready for that yet.
I’ve been contemplating how to write this blog for a few days. Instinctively I find myself wheeling on eggshells over this topic when I really shouldn’t. As disabled people we’re expected to answer everyone’s questions with a smile, always be polite even when people are being rude and offensive and we’re expected to never showContinue reading “We Don’t Owe You A Goddamn Thing”
Ya’ll asked for it and here it is: Things Abled People Have Said to Disabled People Part 3:
When an event talks about nothing but how inclusive it is abled people kind of assume that everyone is going to be accepted there. Often times for disabled people that’s not what happens though.