I’ve discussed the inherent problems of micro-blogging before. But when the marginalized have the microphone, brevity is often not just the soul of wit but of agency. In an age when disabled people are still portrayed as either helpless victims, freakish villains, or larger-than-life heroes, we need more sites like Wheelchair Problems. Kinda now.
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