Please check this out for an inspirational young lady – also find Sarah at http://www.sarahinwonderland.co.uk and on Twitter Sarah Alexander @wonderlandblogs
This story is part of 30 Under 30.
Sarah is a 29 year-old blogger who writes about beauty, lifestyle and living with chronic pain, as well as running #SpooniePost – a project to support fellow chronically ill people. She has a Masters in English and she’s also a trustee for Enhance the UK and the editor of their new online magazine, Liability Magazine.
For 30 Under 30, Sarah has written a guest blog about her passion for beauty and society’s problem with people who don’t ‘look disabled’.
I’ve experienced quite a lot of judgement, negativity and ableism over the last few years. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve also had so many positive things happen too, but I wanted to address something that seems to be a common occurrence: the view that some disabled people don’t ‘look disabled’.
I don’t know where this skewed idea of what a disabled person looks like has come from, but I’m getting a bit tired of…
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