Differently Abled Famous Quotes & Sayings

3 Differently Abled Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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All Superheroes are differently abled.
All differently abled are Superheroes.
Mohith Agadi Differently Abled Sayings By Mohith Agadi: All Superheroes are differently abled.All differently abled are Superheroes.
On the one hand, I was happy to have a proper diagnosis. Aside from a trust fund and a royal title, that was really the only thing I'd ever wanted in life. On the other hand, I was offended to learn that my brain was defective. Or, I suppose I should say, "differently abled."
One thing I was not was surprised. Four generations of manic depression on my mother's side of the family. Three of autism on my father's side. Drug addict uncles, a pyromaniac cousin, a couple of schizophrenics and suicides, several flesh-and-blood geniuses, and a pecan farmer. You just cannot mix those raw ingredients together and then stick them inside my mother for nine months and expect something normal to come out. It's a wonder I wasn't born with a set of horns.
Augusten Burroughs Differently Abled Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: On the one hand, I was happy to have a proper diagnosis. Aside from a
If indeed all lives mattered, we would not need to emphatically proclaim that "Black Lives Matter." Or, as we discover on the BLM website: Black Women Matter, Black Girls Matter, Black Gay Lives Matter, Black Bi Lives Matter, Black Boys Matter, Black Queer Lives Matter, Black Men Matter, Black Lesbians Matter, Black Trans Lives Matter, Black Immigrants Matter, Black Incarcerated Lives Matter. Black Differently Abled Lives Matter. Yes, Black Lives Matter, Latino/Asian American/Native American/Muslim/Poor and Working-Class White Peoples Lives matter. There are many more specific instances we would have to nane before we can ethically and comfortably claim that All Lives Matter.Angela Y. Davis Differently Abled Sayings By Angela Y. Davis: If indeed all lives mattered, we would not need to emphatically proclaim that "Black Lives