When I demand equal access, equal opportunity, equal rights, I’m not insisting on my superiority, innate or acquired. I don’t want special treatment. I want to see the removal of cultural paradigms about what types of bodies and minds should be valued and what types of bodies and minds should be deigned for marginalization. I don’t want a world that advantages me over you. I want a world where oppressive systems that ultimately hurt everyone have been overcome, dismantled.
Autistic Hoya: Ordinary Lives
2013-05-22T10:47:05-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, Advocacy, Articles, Editor's Picks, Featured (Homepage), General|Tags: ableism, all disabilities, ASD, autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Autistic Hoya, disability. disability rights, equality, inclusion, Lydia Brown|0 Comments
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