Cripple punx just as punk as anyone
She ain’t a “cripple punx”, just like how if she was black she wouldn’t be a “nigger punx”. Yes, this applies even if you meant well with it.
she’s a punk in a wheelchair,
a woman in a wheelchair,
a disabled woman,
a disabled person,
a disabled punk,
a punk with a disability,
a woman with a disability,
or any of the above terms combined/altered to your or her taste.
Unless you know her, know she’s okay with it, are disabled and/or have an interest in NOT making every disabled person you meet secretly hate you, I wouldn’t use that term for any person so casually again.
Hugs and kisses, another disabled punx. xoxo
That comment is important.
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this will be my child
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"But I have seen the best of you and the worst of you, and I choose both."
Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye, “An Origin Story” (via petrichour
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10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace
You know what’s weird? BODIES.
You know what absolutely is not made of straight, smooth lines? BODIES.
You know what we all have in common? BODIES.
You know what we need to drastically reframe our view of? BODIES.
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Sergei Vasiliev, Russian Criminal Tatoo Archive
1990. Female Corrective Labour Colony No. 12
Kungur, Perm Region
Women’s tattoos are distinguished by their sentimental nature. Lesbian relationships are common in female prisons; acronyms and phrases declaring undying love are popular. The text at the top reads: ‘If you want to grab grief - fall in love with me!’ and below ‘Let my love lie on your life like a tombstone’.
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