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 [...]
Dear Blooms, 🌷 As a writer and mental health activist, my passion for promoting the reality of specific issues we in society face, has led me to focus on particular issues in my work; which I've had the pleasure of sharing with you all! However another passion of mine regards research; particularly that based [...]
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 [...]