It happens every spring…

April 27, 2007 at 6:56 PM (Uncategorized) (, , )

I found some interesting (and in one case provoking stuff for you to read.)

Wrongful birth…the next big way to get rid of us

So now we have:

The Duty to Give Birth Movement

The Duty to Die Movement,

and the “We’ll Euthanize This Child Because We’re So F*cking Omnipotent We Know Better Than The Mother Which Pregnancies Should Have Been Terminated and Which Should Not” Movement.

Although during a week when old men in robes ruled that they get to have that sort of opinion in the US, I suppose I shouldn’t be a bit surprised.

And a post that shatters the stereotype “It’s all in your head…”

Another, where being by oneself is cool.
And only this blogger could write about the ways of duck romance, and make me laugh and smile.

Happy Friday.

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I’m too fuzzyheaded right now to mentally dissect this, but

December 22, 2006 at 3:04 PM (Uncategorized) (, )

Perhaps those of you with clearer heads can take this one on:

I’m not going to rant, contrary to usuall..I’m just hoping this article doesn’t actually say what I think it does, or that I’m misreading it:

It seems that a legal scholar is stating that efforts against the Duty to Die crowd infringe on “medical freedom” and that one of the reasons disability rights activists have had some success arguing against removal of nutrition and hydration when someone has no living will is that because they are, in fact, the disability rights movement, they are “untouchable.”

Please, somebody with more firing neurons than I’ve got at the moment, wade through this when you get a minute.

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Edited Out

August 31, 2005 at 4:11 PM (Uncategorized) (, , )

Read the latest way that the disability community’s concerns over Judge Roberts nomination are being edited out…over at Edge Centric.

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