So proud of the Aussie Steelers for taking out the World Championships this week for the first time. I hope that one day I’ll be able to call myself a Steeler and do Australia proud as they have done!

So proud of the Aussie Steelers for taking out the World Championships this week for the first time. I hope that one day I’ll be able to call myself a Steeler and do Australia proud as they have done!

(Source: djsavage, via jjay)

Click here to support Robyns Wheelchair Sports Dream by Robyn Trex Lambird-Walton

Hi I’m Robyn, I have Cerebral Palsy but that hasn’t stopped me from developing a strong passion for sports. I’m currently the only girl in Australia playing state level wheelchair rugby and I am quickly becoming competitive in the sport of wheelchair racing. However I am currently participating in second hand wheelchairs in both sports and this is holding back my developement. Sports wheelchairs need to be custom built to your measurements for you to achieve the best possible performance. I’d love to pursue these sports to an elite level and this is why I need your help. Any donations not matter how small to help me achieve my dream will be greatly appriciated :) My Goal is to raise enough money to be able to purchase a track and rugby wheelchair so that I can one day represent my country in these sports!

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Anonymous asked:

What program do you use to edit your videos? And if it isn't free, do you know any good free editing programs? Thanks x

CP And Me - A Tale Of A Trex Answer:

I just use Imovie on my mac book :) x

djsavage:

First tests for ‘No offense, but…’ 

left: Daniel Savage - Cripple

right: Daniel Savage - ‘Will you ever get better?’

The What’s Underneath Project: Jillian Mercado by Stylelikeu

Published on Jul 21, 2014

We asked model and editor Jillian Mercado to participate in our What’s Underneath Project because she bares witness to our belief that style
Is not about wanting to be someone else, 
Is knowing you are,
Is comfort in your own skin,
Is What’s Underneath.

This woman is such an inspiration to me as a disabled person and embodies exactly what I want to witness in the media more. Strong, confident, interesting and stylish individuals who happen to have a disability. She is so gorgeous!

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