Hiding behind niceness

Hiding behind niceness, by Leah Hobson.  Leah doesn’t want to be a disability awareness educator for everyone she meets, but not all intended-compliments are actually complimentary, useful or uplifting. Politely speaking out, rather than being thankful for the un-compliment, is a socially-unexpected but necessary response to promote acceptance and inclusion, rather than submission.

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