The Idealized Character in Disability Narratives: Why it Matters, and Why We Should Dismantle It

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[trigger warning: discussion of rape, rape culture, and court trials. Discussion of ableism and disability as seen by others, with some examples of ableist language. Brief mention of colonialism and American Indian genocide.]

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    This interests me because I have difficulty attending school and a few people do label me as disabled. I don’t mind...
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    Brilliant. I applaud you.
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