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rileydaughterofra: tyse-has-unpopular-opinions: juxtapoesition: oistrong: I’m all for fighting for marriage equality in the LGBT community. But we’re so focused on that no one knows about this problem. W…wait Thats a thing???? Yep! The man I refer to as my husband? We aren’t actually married. We can’t be. If I married him, the government would literally […]
My dude, @simonalkenmayer…helping an awkward nonbinary blind kid to be a femme fatal. I had no idea they made stamps. I am now totally on this.
Ok I just read your post about the bullshit you had to experience in school because of your disability and honestly??? You’re my freaking hero. You’re a damn legend and the fact that you’re still standing tall and proud after all that is just so inspiring and amazing I love you
Omg you’re sweet. Thanks so much. This post is going to turn into a PSA LOL It’s funny because it still happens every damn day. Like I can always name at least one instance of someone being a prick to me over my disability, and all you can really do is make a decision. Which […]
Tonight, I had a breakdown This happens with disabililities, when you realize something is only going to get worse, and put you farther behind, and you’re going to always have to fight to be ten times better than people around you suspect, just to meet their expectations of a normal person. For a while, I’ve […]
This is a story of how assholes in the workplace can fuck with ADA compliance Let me make this pretty fucking clear, first as a prologue to this story A disability isn’t just the actual thing wrong with you. It’s the anxiety that goes along with being stuck, the fear of having an episode, the […]
colorfully-ms-g: kristinalmeister: PSA in dealing with blindness or the partially sighted So those who know me know I lost my vision at 14 due to some freak immune system issues (I’ve talked about it on here) but that I still function. In fact, if I didn’t tell you I had a giant hole where your […]
I’ve seen you say a couple times that you don’t see or that you’re disabled. Do you mind talking about it? I ask because I am an aspiring writer and it is really hard for me. I wanted to know how you managed or what it was like?
kristina-meister: I don’t mind talking about it. It’s something that made me who I am. When I was about 12, my health sort of started to eat itself. I suddenly had a ton of allergies, and there were days I couldn’t get out of bed. I got sick all the time. In freshman year of […]