What Disabled Kids Truly Need

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From the age of eighteen months to age nine, I went to a school solely for disabled kids. There we had students who were toddlers through the age of twenty two with various disabilities and health issues. We frequently had assemblies outside and school dances on our outside recreation area/sports court. I would sing at… Continue reading What Disabled Kids Truly Need

Clearly, I’m the one

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Trigger Warning: May trigger for mentions of child sexual abuse and body image issues. Please take care of yourself. Note: This is part of a longer performance piece I wrote 19 years ago now. I share it because it is extremely important to me that people who contact The Disability Intersection understand that I do… Continue reading Clearly, I’m the one