It doesn't matter if you have a disability or not

ILL-Abilities / True Colors DANCE performer

Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli

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September 25, 2019

We have to move beyond our fears of what we don’t know and build a society that is more inclusive and accessible – a living that can be enjoyed and experienced by people of all abilities. I personally think that people with disabilities are the ones that can make this change. They have to be the ones to educate the general public.

That’s why we shouldn’t be afraid to have a conversation about disabilities, and we should be proactive about answering questions. If you are curious and want to learn, you should be able to ask. That’s not a bad thing. In that sense, what is really needed is a dialogue.

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