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Cane and Able: #10 Spastic

Discussion in 'BoM Blogs' started by 8people, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. 8people

    8people 8 is just another way of looking at infinite ★ SPS Account Holder Adored Veteran

    Apr 20, 2002
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    The world today has do-gooders to thank for shunning spastics yet again today.

    How would you feel if a label you had been given all your life was taken and turned around onto something, roughly described as, cool?
    Personally I would (figuratively) leap at the idea that something could portray my conditions as something that can be discussed in public without being a matter of shame or indescretion.

    Lookie Here

    I'm sure a lot of people will "HOW SHOCKING!" at such an article maybe even be upset such a thing is targetted at children, but why?

    Is it the perception that anything related to disability placed onto a toy or openly in public in an unrelated setting is a form of mockery? Is it the fear that spastics will gain the undeserved misconception that they can turn into a car at will? Why not have something fun for a change?
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