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13 Things Not To Say To Your Lesbian Friend – Diversity & Equality in 2014

Hello friends! I hope that everyone had lovely holidays and a wonderful first few days of 2014. I thought I’d start off the New Year by sharing this funny article I came across (admittedly on Cosmo – yes, I read Cosmo). I liked it because: 1. it’s funny 2. it addresses taboo stuff that people don’t like to talk about, like ingrained heteronorms etc. 3. it’s a cool way to think about being more wordly and less ignorant as we all move into 2014: the year of embracing the coolness of differences!

Here it is, enjoy!

13 Things Not to Say to your Lesbian Friend

 

Publicerad den 6 januari, 2014 av Alice Marshall
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How easy it is for disabled travellers to cross London?

This is a great video from the BBC that I came across this morning and wanted to share: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01h34lp

Synopsis from BBC:

One year ago, London hosted the Paralympic Games with the bold hope that it would help change the perception of disability in the city.

The mayor and the British government say more disabled people travelled to more events at more locations than at any previous games.

So 12 months on, has the busy transport network improved for wheelchair users visiting London?

BBC’s Fast Track asked former Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, and disability campaigner, Christiane Link, to cross the city as fast as they possibly could.

 

Publicerad den 26 september, 2013 av Alice Marshall
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