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Experiencing Resistance to Inclusion

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” This past weekend I was scheduled to speak at the Birth Texas conference on a panel on Inclusion in Practice for birthing professionals. I want to answer one of the...

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It Would Be Easier to Say “No”

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” As the new school year begins, so does our never ending battle to have teachers, coaches and administrators have high expectations for the boys. They’re entering 7th and 8th grade....

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Social Model of Disability and Christianity

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” CW: Christians, Religion, Bible verses TW: Child Abuse, Ableism in the Church Disclaimer: I am a Christian. I’m writing this hopefully for other Christians. If you are not a Christian,...

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Let’s Define Autistic Safe Space

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” Autistic Safe Space values the experience of veteran autistic activists. Not because they are infallible but because they’ve had way more time to unpack the ableist ideals rampant in our...

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Autistic Activism in the Babywearing World

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” As many of you know, I haven’t done a lot of activism-y type stuff since leaving ASAN. Well, a couple of months ago a company called Butterfly Kisses Baby Boutique...

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Stop Making Things Harder

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” This weekend, suddenly, it hit me how bad things have gotten. I’m beyond stressed and functioning at the bare minimum. I’ve started this blog post 5 times over the past...

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5 Years Have Passed

Home » Posts tagged: “inclusion” For some reason, this year, I’ve reflected on the TPGA dialogues of 2011. And next month, we will mark the 5 year anniversary since they took place. You know what’s...