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It always ends with embarrassing silences: when someone who is “different” enters a room, of excessive hyphenation and “smoothing” of language used to describe or address them, and increases their isolation and “otherness.” Maybe the concerns i’ve just raised are my own alone. And so the question I guess is, are we better off – as a society – brushing them under the rug, or just coming out and addressing them? I know that being vision impaired comes with certain advantages, (which I will go into another day), and that although many people regard me as having some sort of “disability”, it really doesn’t register in my mind as such a thing at all.
And as an aside, I resent incredibly the desexualising of “dislabelled” (misspelling intentional..clever! Why does their “disability” have to be the publicly defining factor of their identity?
Through a conflagration of the internet, with its ever-evolving long-tail (think: increasingly fractured sub-interests, nestled among sub-interests), difference is becoming not just cool – but normal.
That we should have a highly sexualised symbol of this in the form of Bridget the Midget is – to me – not really surprising at all.
On a Christmas afternoon, rapper Troy Ave, was shot twice as he sat in his red Maserati in Brooklyn with hid girlfriend.
According to the NY Post, around in the afternoon, Troy Ave, whose legal name ?
What issues would come up in a relationship like this – and how would you address them? A (not so) serious note: As much fun as i’ve had writing (and I hope you’ve had as much fun reading) about this incredibly un-mainstream topic, I do hold small people at the same level as everyone else (...until my arms get tired: then i’ve got to rest them on a phone book or something. If, after reading this you seriously think that small people are in any way actually inferior to others, then i’ve really only got two words for you: f*ck you.
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They have in the past found homes in circuses and freak shows, even being regarded as property – signs of status and wealth by European Royalty of the middle ages onwards.