Thoughts on Cripface (also why you should avoid “Me Before You”)

I was just going to do a post on the upcoming film “Me Before You,” which has been getting a ton of backlash lately for its portrayal of disability. While writing this, I may have rambled about things that have already been mentioned elsewhere (and have posted a couple of links related to the backlash … Continue reading Thoughts on Cripface (also why you should avoid “Me Before You”)

Ad Council Cannot Rethink its Disability Bias

You may have seen the recent Ad Council ads championing their message that love has no gender, race, religion, or disability, or as they put it, “love has no labels” and “rethink bias.”  The one-minute ad, which takes place on Valentine’s Day 2015, features a screen behind which individuals, who appear as though they were … Continue reading Ad Council Cannot Rethink its Disability Bias