The Others: An Introduction to Disabilities
Brian Rivera

“People have questions about disabled people and there’s really no good way of asking.”

Thing is, you don’t really need to ask. Just because something is apparent, does that make it any of your business? Say you’re chatting with someone, and you notice a tan line where a wedding ring might have been. Are you really going to point that out? Instead of looking for differences, look for similarities. You might just end up making a friend.

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