*Satire* Vancouver is planning to ban disposable plastic straws despite it being an important accessibility tool for many disabled people VANCOUVER--As Vancouver moves forward with a proposed ban on disposable plastic straws in a bid to reduce plastic waste, the city council is pleased with how the city's businesses are preparing to deal with the … Continue reading Vancouver Very Impressed by How People Plan to Adapt to the Straw Ban by Serving Milkshakes in Plastic Bowls with Plastic Spoons
Month: May 2018
I was “So Lucky” to Review Nicola Griffith’s New Book: A CripReads Review
When I was asked to write a review of Nicola Griffith's upcoming novel "So Lucky" (to be released May 15) I had no idea that the most frustrating part of the process was going to be figuring out how to summarize the book without spoilers. I have ultimately decided to give up on that entirely … Continue reading I was “So Lucky” to Review Nicola Griffith’s New Book: A CripReads Review
April has Never Been About Autism Awareness, It has Always Been About Money
So April is over and with it "Autism Awareness Month" and what have we learned? How much did you learn about autistic people? Did you interact with autistic people? What awareness campaigns did you participate in? Did you give money to or purchase an item or service that shared a portion of the proceeds with … Continue reading April has Never Been About Autism Awareness, It has Always Been About Money
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