I used to be one of these 'trust the system' people believing that all the people entrusted to provide things like care, support and education had the experience, knowledge and desire to do the right thing. As I came to need the system I realised that it is all a façade- there is no 'one… Continue reading Education?
Last night M and I were having dinner in my bedroom (I'm stuck at the moment) and I mentioned that it is International Women's Day; he asked if there is an International Men's Day and, if there is, when is it. "Every other day is International Men's Day" I got a confused look so went on to… Continue reading International Women’s Day
I just read a blog post from Disability Now written by a young person about voting and political neglect and it got me thinking. I am unable to get to polling stations so I have a postal vote and I'm still waiting to get my voting papers for the Brexit referendum. I did get my postal vote for… Continue reading Disability & The UK