Tag Archives: internalized ableism

DIY, self love, and re-defining legitimate knowledge

That last couple of years I have been trying to eliminate chemicals from my life. I started by using only vinegar and baking soda to clean my house. Then I started washing my hair with vinegar, dyeing it with lemon … Continue reading

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When talking about disability makes us uncomfortable

People get uncomfortable when I mention that I have a disability. Not everyone, but a lot of people. People are totally fine with casually discussing the idea of disability rights and barriers that people face — in theory. But as soon … Continue reading

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Liberal feminist independence and my struggle against internalized ableism

As a disabled person, I have often trouble letting people do things for me. It’s a part of my internalized ableism. The things I need are always changing. When my anxiety is bad, I’ll ask a friend to come hang … Continue reading

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