[bksvol-discuss] Re: How I read

Good point. How would physically impaired be?

Cindy

--- Elizabeth and Burton <thoth93@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Do not use "challenged" around me.  disabled works
> just fine.  Who is 
> challenging me?  The society who will not enforce
> laws so I can get a cab 
> perhaps?  What right does anyone have to challenge
> me.  And not differently 
> able either thogh brilliant and beautiful might be
> fine (grin).  The 
> reality is the way the society is set up a physicl
> disability is just 
> that.  People in wheelchairs are disabled from using
> stairs and there are 
> not enough ramps and good access for the.  People
> who are blind are 
> disabled by not getting forms from their state and
> federal and local 
> governments in formats they can fill out but rather
> in print.  And on and 
> on.  We are definitely dis-abled but not just in
> ourselves but rather 
> because the society is set up so unconsciously. 
> Would you want to be 
> called "age challenged"?  Or just plain older or
> senior or something?  (grin)
> 
> E.
> At 07:27 PM 12/3/2006, you wrote:
> >Yes, it's a much better term. I'll try to remember
> it.
> >I knew there was something better but couldn't
> >remember what.
> >
> >Cindy
> >
> >--- barbarab65@xxxxxxx wrote:
> >
> > > I prefer the word physically challenged than
> > > physically disabled. Anyway, I
> > > am also a Messianic-Jew so most people feel
> > > discriminated against in this
> > > category, anyway and it has helped me cope with
> the
> > > stuttering  discrimination.
> > >
> > > Barbara
> > >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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