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sportsetcopines
sportsetcopines:

Wheelchair Rugby Players #3 de ryuichi79

sportsetcopines:

Wheelchair Rugby Players #3 de ryuichi79

sportsetcopines
sportsetcopines:

Wheelchair Rugby Players de ryuichi79

sportsetcopines:

Wheelchair Rugby Players de ryuichi79

2kawaii4this
2kawaii4this:

Bit of rugby training to top of the night #me #cerebralpalsy #DidSomeOneSayMurderball

2kawaii4this:

Bit of rugby training to top of the night #me #cerebralpalsy #DidSomeOneSayMurderball

mrhangman

mrhangman:

"Pros of being in a wheelchair!"

Check out my aunt’s youtube channel

heymerv
heymerv:

Bro, do you even lift?

heymerv:

Bro, do you even lift?

allthebeautifulthings9828
allthebeautifulthings9828:

IZ Adaptive model Joanne, at the end of the runway Friday night at Dare to Wear Love for the Stephen Lewis Foundation gala.
Can we freakin taLK ABOUT THIS THOUGH?! Girl, werk.

allthebeautifulthings9828:

IZ Adaptive model Joanne, at the end of the runway Friday night at Dare to Wear Love for the Stephen Lewis Foundation gala.

Can we freakin taLK ABOUT THIS THOUGH?! Girl, werk.

(via disabled-dilemma)

2kawaii4this
2kawaii4this:

Seaside walk with ma bay Nanook #me

2kawaii4this:

Seaside walk with ma bay Nanook #me

jihoa

kayvioletb:

awkwardmum:

fogwithwheels:

jihoa:

Cursum | Baby Stroller by Sjöblom

'Believe it or not, there are still large portions of the population that are surprised that people with disabilities have babies. They may even be surprised that wheelchair users who have babies want to go on walks or run errands with their babies with them.'

A design made in conversation with wheelchair users, really intuitive. The stroller can be lifted over curbs and stand alone when needed.

IT GOES OVER CURBS!

I feel like that right there proves that they actually bothered to involve wheelchair users in this project.

Once again proving that we can have a lot of really cool things for disabled people if people just involved us in the projects from the beginning.  

(the curb thing makes me really excited though ok.  you would understand if you were a wheelchair user)

It’s not a disability that disables someone, it’s society.

^^^

(via kimbotherapy)

your hair is so perfect holy crap!!!!

Anonymous

Aww cheers man!

djsavage

djsavage:

"We are not wrong for the world we live in, the world we live in is not yet right for us, and we need to change it."
    -stella young, Practicing pride in the face of exclusion

I nice article on passive ableism, an important and overlooked issue in regards to public disability discourse.