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The Redefining Disability Project #5–It Just IS.
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The Redefining Disability Project #5–It Just IS.

Note: Author Perspectives are open to anyone who wants to post about their experiences. They can be a response to a previous post in the series, a new topic focusing on the author’s experience as a writer/creator who has characters with disabilities, or a story from your own life.  They can also be responses to … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Project #4 — Author Perspectives — Disability As A Social Construct: Less and More by Jen Decker
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The Redefining Disability Project #4 — Author Perspectives — Disability As A Social Construct: Less and More by Jen Decker

   I’d like to welcome Jen Decker, who is guest posting in response to the topic of disability as a social construct.  Jen is a Regional Advocacy Facilitator at Granite State Independent Living.   Note: Author Perspectives are open to anyone who wants to post about their experiences. They can be a response to a previous … Continue reading

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IN YOUR FACE

Originally posted on Her Headache:
Last Monday, for the Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge, I shared a wonderful post from my very own parents, which I called: Literally. Last week’s question was answered by my parents, from the perspective of raising not one, but two children with a disability. They will be back again next week…

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MEET THE ANTAGONIST

Originally posted on Y.I. Washington :
Welcome back favored speculative fiction fans. I’d like to introduce you to a character I am working on. Normally, the first character introduced in a story is the protagonist. This can usually include the good guy (Captain America), the bad good guy (Riddick) or the reluctant hero (Bilbo Baggins).…