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L is for Labels

by Daniel Obejas from Acting NT. Not All Labels Are Created Equal [CN: Ableist slurs; functioning labels] The following article contains 238 labels. The moment you tell me that you “don’t like labels” is the moment I know you’re being dishonest. If you speak any oral, written, or signed language, you use labels constantly.

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K is for Keyboards

When thinking about keyboards in relation to the neurodiversity movement, there are a few themes that are all connected to communication, but these probably need to be addressed separately. Communication. Sadly, most conversations around Facilitated Communication and other alternate methods of communication tend to attract critics who refuse to presume competence in non-speaking people.