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Ableist Language Slip: Stupid

[sc name="responsivevoice" ] One of the reasons I like the effort to reduce the use of ableist language is that I am a fan of verbal precision and frankness. Though it may be impossible to extract all of it, from English at least, thinking it through at least leads to more accurate statements. What one…

Box Liberation

[sc name="responsivevoice" ]I’ve moved to a new apartment. After the fiasco with the last one, though this one is a bit smaller and the yard is a floor down from us, it’s a comparative paradise. No cats have died thusfar, or have even tried to escape. Pitzu went to explore the hallway in front of…

Mistressing Your Emotions Part 2: Air

[sc name="responsivevoice" ]I am beginning to write this part of the series during the Covid 19 crisis. Though I didn’t set out to make this an elemental exercise series per se, it sort of ends up that way because air is one of those important things that is essential to life. It is also unfortunately,…

Hospital and Veterinary Safe Mask Alternative From the University of Florida College of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology 

This mask consists of two layers of HALYARD H600 medical fabric. The blue side is the right side and will face out. The mask has passed the Respirator Fit Test. Please note that the masks will be sterilized after they are returned to the hospital.

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Can’t Mask? You Can Still Protect Yourself and Others.

[caption id="attachment_84" align="alignright" width="169"] Scarf and Attitude[/caption] [responsivevoice_button]  Many people can’t mask for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately, the rules and policies in many places don’t take people with special needs into account. Most of the time though, you can solve problems if the gate keepers know that you are considerate. Face shields are well…

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