From Google I’m no stranger to discrimination or the laws that make it so regarding gender and disability. I know that trans people and disabled people are made of small minorities, putting me in an even smaller one. Which to some people means that people in my situation don’t exist, completely removing my sense of … Continue reading Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues?
Image is from pexels These are more like random thoughts after currently being told I have to be silent about some things, and I’m okay if you don’t want to read it; you don’t have to. I don’t share my life about being trans and disabled to pity because I know that doesn’t get you … Continue reading The Life of Accessibility
Image is from Pixabay My teen self Would have a hand For that typical close friend You see in the movies Being a wheelchair user My friends, if you want To call them that Only knew me Behind close doors Becoming outside strangers Alex
Image is from Pixabay In all honesty, I have been thinking about this post for a few days now, going back and forth about this. I guess by now you know I have decided. At the start of the year, I promised myself that I wouldn’t be silenced about my transition or my disability. Being … Continue reading Both Different Yet The Same
Hey Everyone, As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible. What I picked this book? I had the plan to do a spotlight on the memoir Deaf Utopia: A Memoir - … Continue reading Freebie Fridays #22
Top Five Wednesday, which right now is taken over by the author Laura A Grace. Top Five Wednesday is a weekly book prompt that might help you pick your next read. July 27th: Disability PrideA few months ago, we talked about books centering around mental health and the importance of mental health. In honor of … Continue reading Top Five Wednesday/ Memoirs On Disability
Image is from Google You know what? Even if my disability is quite in our face having a heavy-duty chair and all I get people, especially in the medical field, thinking I’m faking pain and symptoms. A good example is when I was diagnosed with nerve damage in my hands. Initially, tests showed nothing wrong, … Continue reading Invisible Disabilities
Image is from Pixabay It’s the start of summer, so I should be with my legs up at the beach with a book, right? Well, instead, I go to work and feel like a mashed potato since Malta has been dealing with a week-long heatwave. So, sleeping is taking over reading a bit. Luckily I … Continue reading Reading Blog #10
Image is from Pixabay Even if I came more than first years ago, I have never been to pride. The first year, I feared I would meet someone who knew me pre-transition, which caused dysphoria and anxiety. As the years passed, it became easier to deal with. However, I won’t lie; talking about my dead … Continue reading Pride To Me
Image is from Pixabay I’m not a fan of fast-food chains, and rightly so. With my mum being an ex-chef and with my sister giving her a good game when it comes to trying new recipes, it’s no wonder I would pick a home-cooked meal hand down. Another reason why we try to limit fast … Continue reading Fast Food Chains Yes or No?