A particular sort of placeholder

June 15, 2006 at 9:10 PM (disabled women, Feminism) (, , , )

It seems that even amongst women working for change. disabled women might as well be talking at the wall.

It’s discouraging.

If other minority women don’t hear us….then what’s left?

As the comment states below, links don’t work to get there unless you have a livejournal footprint.

If you are so inclined, create a livejournal account and go to:

http://community.livejournal.com/no_pity/449555.html

2 Comments

  1. Ranter said,

    You have to sign up at LiveJournal to follow that link.

    I find that people, no matter what the issue, are usually in it for themselves. A friend of mine belongs to a disabled women’s action group. I joined it for a while, but didn’t last long because action was sorely lacking. The problem was that everyone was there for a different purpose and it was very difficult to decide on actions that everyone would agree on. So, when I realized they weren’t going to do what *I* was interested in doing, I left. 😉

  2. Ranter said,

    You have to sign up at LiveJournal to follow that link.

    I find that people, no matter what the issue, are usually in it for themselves. A friend of mine belongs to a disabled women’s action group. I joined it for a while, but didn’t last long because action was sorely lacking. The problem was that everyone was there for a different purpose and it was very difficult to decide on actions that everyone would agree on. So, when I realized they weren’t going to do what *I* was interested in doing, I left. 😉

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