Grateful for Linux

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Yes, for Linux. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not here to bash Windows, although I should, perhaps. No, I’ve been using Linux now for well over a year and I have to say that I really like it. There is more than one reason for this, not the least …

The Man!

In Everyone has one, Features, Opinion by Damian P. GregoryLeave a Comment

It’s an age old question: which sex has a harder time of it: men or women? At first blush, it seems superficial and sophomoric, but add having a disability into the mix and it becomes a much deeper and more complex question. Although I am not simplistic enough to try …

Men Are Equal Horn Dogs

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Let’s face it men are horn dogs! Men don’t care if a woman is disabled or not. If the woman is willing then he is ready. Therefore, disabled men have it tougher in life than women, at least when it comes down to the important areas (wink wink). In a …

Judge Me Not!

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Dating is hard. It doesn’t matter if you’re man, woman, black, white, purple or green. It’s just hard. Then, there are other factors that can make it even harder. Does having a disability make it hard to date? Certainly. Begin by assuming a person with a disability already has a …

Why Me?

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When my mother and my sister were co-writing their 1985 book “A Special Kind of Parenting”, they interviewed numerous parents of disabled children. Many times these parents were visibly distraught to have their child afflicted, and often times they would ask “Why me?” or “Why my child?”. Many people have …

Have Sex, Take Responsibility

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Abortion. Yeah, I know, it’s a whole can of worms that I’m not sure I want to open up, but after having read a story on the rights of the fetus, I have to say something. Now the whole article was on making it a charge of murder if someone …

Wouldn’t Change A Thing

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My mother has always told me from day one that God created physically challenged people because they have accomplished every obstacle in their previous lives. The only life that is left to experience is through a physically challenged body. Being born with Cerebral Palsy I have always believed this concept. …

The Second Question

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Athena Cooper1 Comment

As human beings it is said that our life-long quest for identity begins with a single question–“Who am I?” It’s the question we struggle with all our lives as we try to figure out what makes us who we are and how that person fits in with the rest of …