Oftentimes, those with disabilities are seen as one of two groups; the first are those seen as heroes for “overcoming” their disability to be “normal,” or they are seen as victims who we must take pity on. The problem is, things are not always so black and white, because the experiences and abilites can greatly differ.

Take a look at this article by Sara Kim on Forbes for an in-depth look at “How people’s misconceptions of disability, and how they lead to toxic microaggressions.”

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