We as a community understand that, it’s the active listening, fundraising, and making these alterations which is the really important matter - especially regarding smaller businesses. The excuse however, which I often hear being brought up, is using the mere fact you are a small business to deflect criticism about inaccessibility. Just because you’re a small business, doesn’t mean you can’t actively do all you can within your means to acquire support and ensure you’re as accommodating to a large minority.
Happy pride month!I’m aware that it may be news for many of my readers/followers that I’m queer, non-binary, and I’m also disabled.I’ve made blog posts in the past discussing topics such as growing up queer and disabled however as my style of content production has evolved, I have taken to finding empowerment and comfort in [...]
Above: People participate in the San Francisco Pride parade in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. – June 25, 2017. (Photos: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images) As an individual in the LGBTQ+ community, the month of June holds great significance to me, as it provides an opportunity to use our platform to inform wider society on the current [...]
As a follower of the feminism movement and an active supporting member, I've seen the acceptance and celebration of women in support for their rights and freedom. However, I've also noticed in certain radical subgroups of 'feminism' that the rights of transgender women are being contested, as certain individuals do not class cis and trans [...]