The very recent election has lead me to fully commit myself to being an active Tory. I have always been interested in making a big difference in improving the life experiences and opportunities of people with significant impairments, and getting involved in mainstream politics is the next step in doing this. Labour has chosen a … Continue reading Tories like myself can reclaim the disability agenda
Now I have reframed my job as an inclusion consultant, I thought it was important for me to properly explain what I mean by the term. While inclusion is often used in terms of the education of children with impairments, I am using the term to relate to providing all people with impairments an equal … Continue reading What the hell is Inclusion?
Now the election is over, it is time for me to get on with my own life and try to find some paid work. In this small period of calm before we become busy again, I wanted to tell you about ‘Having Pride’, my life story as someone who can be accurately and cheekily be … Continue reading The life story of a drooling spastic
This election has been extremely bitter in terms of my relationship with other so-called ‘disability activists’. It has shown to me how successful the left wing sick movement has been in hijacking the disability agenda, booting out real disabled people with real issues, so those who can work but moan how stressful life is can … Continue reading This election has shown how toxic (less real) disability has become