The award-winning documentary Unrest by Jennifer Brea was released on Netflix this week, introducing chronic illness to the larger public. Brea is described as a modern-day Odysseus as the movie documents very real and metaphorical journey to discover who and what she is as a disabled woman in her 20s with an invisible disability. The…… Continue reading Unrest, a visual handbook for the loved ones of disabled people
IQ is an abbreviation for the German term Intelligenzquotient (intelligence quotient) coined by psychologist William Stern in 1912. IQ tests work by determining a person’s “mental age” in comparison to their chronological age. Intelligence itself has multiple definitions ranging from measurements of logic, comprehension, emotional depth, creativity, etc. but the word itself is derivative from the…… Continue reading What is an IQ? Explained through Star Wars
1. Able-bodied man gets disabled doing sports or during military service, he is paralyzed from the waist down. Able-bodied woman loves him because he’s nice unlike like other guys. He is bitter, she is inspires him. Able-bodied woman knows more about the disabled man’s disability than he does. 2. An able-bodied woman working in healthcare,…… Continue reading Every single romance novel with a disabled protagonist
I was asked about people shipping these two as a follow-up to Killing Stalking is disabled culture so be warned, you might see something scary. The characters have a romantic and sexual chemistry, if you don’t feel that I don’t know that you really feel what makes it horror. Sang Woo is intentionally handsome, in…… Continue reading OTP: Oh Sang Woo/Yoon Bum
Killing Stalking is a horror comic by Koogi, available in English on lezhin.com The genre “horror” is relatively new but has a solid history in subverting mainstream genres. When you see it in the theater it’s going to be meaningless because it’s just Hollywood “fun” but real horror, like Killing Stalking, is about critiquing society.…… Continue reading Killing Stalking is disabled culture
David was discovered trapped in a concrete box and once he escaped he was transported forward in time where Bishop resided. It was a dystopian future and David was immediately captured and put into slavery.
Everyone wants us to die, it’s unanimous. They have the capability and the inclination. So why aren’t we dead yet? We don’t have the power that they do. We don’t have autonomy. Our humanity is still disputed. We aren’t alive because we fought hard enough, we’re alive because they need us.