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The term ‘prisoners’ is a very metaphorical term, and although the immediate image is of an inmate in orange overalls there are so many other prisoners, silent prisoners that are among us

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” are the words of celebrated art lothario, Pablo Picasso. The Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist is regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. 1,102 more words


Learning from your mistakes

So I made a grave error this week when I took the car seat out of the car and removed the cover so I could wash it. 793 more words


No means NO

TW: gender stuffs, ableism,

And I don’t mean the way that’s normally used, because I’m not talking about that today, directly anyway.

I have very few boundaries with my psychiatrist. 1,711 more words


Accessibility expert lives in an inaccessible home

In which I admit that my commitment to accessibility is not without limits.

There’s a limit to how far I’m prepared to plan ahead. Making my home safe, shareable and secure is as far as I’m willing to go at this stage. 247 more words


Sugamaya Pustakalaya

Sugamaya Pustakalaya (https://library.daisyindia.org/NALP/signupLink.action) is an online platform that makes accessible content available to print-disabled people. The library houses publications across diverse subjects and languages and multiple accessible formats. 153 more words
Disability News

Yeah, the person who didn't want a cell phone...

Has embraced it.

My car is set up so I can use my phone hands free when needed.

I just, last night, downloaded a grocery list app because the last time G and I went to the grocery store, I forgot my list. 53 more words