Jeremie Phe Thomas Phenom

Ten 4 Life Movement

Let’s face it. As people with physical disabilities, we have it rougher than the able-bodied community. When I hear able-bodied people complain about having rough lives, I roll my eyes and literally roll away. I have no time to hear these whiners. As people with physical disabilities, we can’t shake away our situation but that […]

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Nathasha Alvarez Latina Diva On Wheels

Are Disabled People Accepted In Your Tribe?

    There are times when several thoughts come together at the right time. This post has been incubating in my mind for about a month. It started with one news event, a few personal experiences and a recent Facebook post. Now, I think I am ready to give it birth without lashing out at […]

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Jessica Pelasky is the owner of Plucky's Second Thought

Jessica Pelasky is Plucky’s Second Thought

  It’s always awesome to meet another audacious person. Jessica Pelasky, 29, has Osteogenesis Imperfecta and lives in Mansfield, Ohio. She and I began tweeting with one another and I knew I wanted to share her story with the rest of you.

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Niki Preston is the Two fingered gardener

The Two Fingered Gardener Blooms All Year Long

My name is Niki Preston, also known as The Two Fingered Gardener. I was born with Phocomelia so I have two fingers on my right hand and a tiny little one on my left arm. Both my arms are short and do not bend at all and just for good measure I also have dodgy […]

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Should People with Physical Disabilities Living On Government Assistance Procreate?

This has not happened in a long time but it’s happening now. I am approached via email about a topic that has been brewing in my mind for a while. About two months ago or so, a fellow Facebook friend sends me a message. She wants to know if I’d consider writing about a controversial […]

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Wishbone Awareness Day

Wishbone Awareness Day: Sharing On Facebook

I know my OI people are loving Wishbone Awareness Day all around the world. I know this because we have the Internet to keep us sharing every move we make in our lives. Isn’t that awesome? I love seeing how people with my disability live their lives on a day-to-day basis. I look

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Communications Director for the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program

Higher Education: The Missing Piece in the UN Resolution for Worldwide Disability Rights

As the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) prepares to begin its ninth session April 15 – 19, 2013, are they missing the role that higher education plays in developing social and economic equality?

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Hershey's Kisses with Child Slavery is a bad Combination

Kiss Our First Giveaway Goodbye!

We were so excited about our first giveaway. Hershey’s Kisses was willing to donate six months worth of chocolate to the lucky winner. I spoke to several people whose opinion I valued about this giveaway. I did research on how to have a successful giveaway. I did research about how to connect a giveaway to […]

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Audacity Magazine's Hershey's Kisses Giveaway

Audacious Giveaway Alert! Six Months of Kisses

Audacity Magazine is having its first giveaway! We are extremely excited. Not only because it’s a way for us to give back to you, our audacious supporters but, the giveaway prize is delicious! No one can have just one and not desire another one. That’s right! Chocolate Hershey’s Kisses for the next six

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