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Think smear tests are difficult? For some women, they’re near impossible

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Life

This viral Twitter thread on finding love in a wheelchair is essential reading

“Brain is finding it SO hard to imagine being loved in my chair...”

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

Why Francesca Martinez’s viral Question Time video on disability can’t go ignored

Martinez said the government has “blood on their hands” over its treatment of people living with a disability.

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Hollie Richardson
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People

This actor just made history as the first person in a wheelchair to win a Tony Award

“This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability… who has been waiting to see themselves represented in this arena – you are.”

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Karamo Brown just raised a very important point about the power of language

The Queer Eye star took to Twitter to start a discussion about potentially ableist phrases

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Lauren Geall
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Kayleigh Dray
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This viral Twitter thread exposes the reality of a night out in a wheelchair

“Hold onto your hats,” says Lucy Webster, because “it’s a bumpy ride.”

Beauty

This new disability-friendly brand is making beauty accessible for everyone

Accessibility is the next step in the representation movement

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Opinion

10 things I want you to know about disability

Comedian Rosie Jones on what she's learned

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Life

“Selma Blair’s candid approach to her MS diagnosis isn’t just inspiring: it’s vital”

Kirsty Stevens, diagnosed with MS aged 22, on why Selma Blair is an inspiration

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Kirsty Stevens
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People

There’s a new Barbie and she has a wheelchair

Another doll in the new diverse collection has a removable prosthetic leg

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Emily Baker
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Life

Jameela Jamil’s support of deaf actors shows just how far Hollywood has to go

This is the film industry’s next frontier when it comes to representation

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Visible Women

Meet the woman fighting for more disability representation in the UK

Stylist’s Woman of the Week is Shani Dhanda, an activist for disabled people and founder of the Asian Woman Festival.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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From politics to Shakespeare: the women making waves this week

Celebrating the women who made history and pushed for change over the last seven days.

Long Reads

“Why I’ll never regret giving up my business to care for my husband”

Rachel's husband was paralysed in a bike accident just three weeks after their wedding

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Life

Here's why this amazing ASOS jumpsuit is making headlines

"It's about making fashion accessible!"

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Emily Reynolds
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WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 07: Karamo Brown attends Netflix's Queer Eye premiere screening and after party on February 7, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Netflix)
People

Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown just made a very important change to his Instagram

“I’m committing to making small changes in my life to support my disabled brothers and sisters”

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

Woman with invisible disability denied help by airport staff

Nathalie Allport-Grantham is calling for raised awareness about the different forms that disability can take

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Megan Murray
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Life

Mother-of-the-bride's letter goes viral, for all the wrong reasons

“Do I sound like a villain in a Reese Witherspoon movie?”

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

5 alternative London Underground maps to make travel smoother

Whether you suffer from claustrophobia or want to take your bike on the Tube

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Moya Crockett
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Hayley Spencer
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New Maltesers ad aims to break the taboo about disabled people and sex

It was aired during the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony.

Life

Why we need to talk more openly about disability every day

“We shouldn't wait for the Paralympics” BY EMILY YATES

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