I came across an article recently written by Virali Modi on Slate.com outlining some of her experiences about being in… Read more What Makes Me Different
More and more these days, there is a growing need for political correctness – be it with respect to race,… Read more Why I am Not ‘Differently-abled’
If you’ve been following the blog’s Facebook page and/or the Twitter accounts, you most likely have seen my question about… Read more How Do You React to Disabled Parking?
Aidan Bizony In February 2016, I started an Undergraduate Degree at the University of Cape Town in English and History. … Read more Wheelchairs in Academia: A Collaboration with The Diary of a Disabled Person
As I pointed out in an earlier post, these bays do matter and it shouldn’t be used without a legitimate… Read more Parking Wars: The QASA Help Line
Hey, guys! Sorry for not posting in a while but it’s been a hectic couple of weeks. VARSITY’s Sports Editor… Read more VARSITY Newspaper & A Disabled Archer’s Perspective on ‘Parasports’
As anyone even vaguely tied to the Disabled Community, or who just has an interest, would be aware: Ableism is… Read more Ableism: An Ideology of Misunderstanding Than of Discrimination
I started working with the Altitude Group since November last year. Since then, I’ve been becoming more and more aware of… Read more SA’s Disability Watchdog: No Bark, No Bite. Hell, No dog.
**To my more regular readers: I know a lot of the ideas today have been mentioned before but, I think… Read more My ‘3 Buzzwords’ on Disability Sensitisation
Hey guys, I’ve had quite an interesting experience happen to me today that I want to share with you. As… Read more Accessible Venues: A Given, Right?