The Golden Age of Chivalry: How Disability Keeps It Alive

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Erin Kelly has reason to believe there’s still plenty of good in the world, and why we shouldn’t give up on it.

Body Language

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Kenny Fries recounts an intimate moment, at the intersection of memory and vulnerability.

Playing Fair: Doubt, Disability and School Spirit

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Erin Kelly examines principal Ken Thiessen’s recent decision to single out a student athlete because of his disability. ——— Doubt is natural. It’s one of the many human qualities that’s born within the soul and blossoms in the light of the outside world. It’s bred by the things we see, hear, think and feel—and what we’ve done to […]

From the Ground Up: Build a Better World on the Fundamentals of Inclusion and Disability

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Erin Kelly explores The United Nations’ recent proposal to include the disabled in their plans for evacuation, recovery and relief during natural disasters.

The Power of Parallels: The Hawking Family, Disability and Me

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Erin Kelly examines how the similarities between Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones’ portrayal of Stephen and Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything collide with her own life.

Dad Raps for His Disabled Son

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Watch this amazing dad sing a special song for his son.

Why You Should Never Assume Anything About People With Autism

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There are many successful people with autism yet it’s still thought of as an inevitable disability.

The Hardest Part Wasn’t Hearing He’d Never Walk Again

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“I know that I can go anywhere and do anything I want, anytime I want to. I just need to leave my husband behind to do it.”

Breaking Up With Jerks Like This Is Not Hard to Do

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Naomi Fryers broke up with her disability employment service provider after they put her in a compromising position.

More than a Meme: What It Means to Be the Father of a Disabled Child

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Gary Dietz argues that fathers of disabled children need to embrace their evolving role in society and actively support, both physically and emotionally, caregivers in similar situations.

Cleansed, Crisp and Crippled: The Challenges of Staying Dapperly Delicious While Disabled

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Dating while disabled comes with certain challenges. Andrew Morrison-Gurza recently had to face a difficult one.

7 Ways to Survive the Insane Emotions Brought on by a Newly Diagnosed Disease

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Being diagnosed with a disease is going to change your life. Here’s how to ride the emotional roller coaster.

#DeliciouslyDisabled: One Man Bares (Almost) All

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Writer and activist Andrew Morrison-Gurza strips down and shares why he loves his body in a feature about loving who you are.

Sex and the Disabled Life

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Sami Jankins brings up the conversation not being had about a topic on many of our minds.

The Baby in the Drop Box

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Saving children’s lives, one at a time.

Working Class Dogs: Is the Male Presence in the Workforce REALLY Dwindling?

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Recent reports claim that skilled men are being overlooked in the 21st century workplace…or is it something else entirely? Christian Lyons looks more deeply into these claims.