IQ is an abbreviation for the German term Intelligenzquotient (intelligence quotient) coined by psychologist William Stern in 1912. IQ tests work by determining a person’s “mental age” in comparison to their chronological age. Intelligence itself has multiple definitions ranging from measurements of logic, comprehension, emotional depth, creativity, etc. but the word itself is derivative from the … Continue reading What is an IQ? Explained through Star Wars
Kill Nazis and all that, yeah, but put practically that doesn’t work because an ideology doesn’t exist inside of a person. It’s an infectious illness transmitted even from the dead. I wish I believed that righteous condemnation could cure it, but righteous condemnation creates it. Being offended is easy. Vilifying others is easy. Killing people … Continue reading Killing Nazis is suicide
It's true that some people that are neurologically divergent have a hard time remembering to do some things that are considered polite like offering to get someone food if they are getting some for themselves. It's a misconception that this is an "autistic thing" and even with autism it's not as black and white as … Continue reading Why are disabled people rude?
Due to the high statistics of assault in bathrooms trans ABs use handicap stalls for more privacy and safety. They need to fuck off. These are segregated bathrooms for disabled people; that means there isn't another option for us. You have the privilege of using public stalls, appropriating our bathrooms, or going home. Start going … Continue reading Handicap bathrooms are not trans bathrooms
A hot take for pro–eugenic advocates, a.k.a. Nazis, is that so many people claiming to be disabled are faking it because it's impossible for there to be this many of us all of a sudden. Last week Richard Vedder wrote for Forbes, whining about how disabled kids in college get "privileges" and it's hurting his … Continue reading Why are so many millennial’s disabled?
1. Able-bodied man gets disabled doing sports or during military service, he is paralyzed from the waist down. Able-bodied woman loves him because he’s nice unlike like other guys. He is bitter, she is inspires him. Able-bodied woman knows more about the disabled man’s disability than he does. 2. An able-bodied woman working in healthcare, … Continue reading Every single romance novel with a disabled protagonist
The social model of disability was created in 1975 by UPIAS (Union of the Physically Impaired Against Segregation) but was coined as "the social model" in 1983 Mike Oliver, a disabled academic. Disabled people didn't have a civil rights movement until the 80s and much like the feminist movement it was both allies and the … Continue reading Old disabled people are irrelevant