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I Am Not A Warrior — Why It Is Toxic That Disabled Humans Have To Fight To Survive

Surviving is a battle thanks to ableism

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I’m so over the terms chronic illness & disability warrior. According to Merriam-Webster, a warrior is:

: a person engaged or experienced in warfare

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Katherine Grace

Katherine Grace

NeuroDivergent Writer. Editor. Survivor. Get my free Gratitude Journal. Because gratitude can change everything ❤ https://www.subscribepage.com/gracenotes

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