popular-slut-club:

colorsofequality:

girl-in-a-wheelchair:

gettingahealthybody:

Great idea. Though I think 5 flights of stairs is manageable too :)

That’s nice, I’ll just bump my wheelchair up the stairs then.
Oh wait, that’s not actually possible. You look at stairs and see exercise? I look at stairs and see a painful and insurmountable rack of bone crunching, joint crushing and muscle tearing misery.
Whoever did this an insensitive and thoughtless person.
They think they’re helping, but they’re making fun of people who have disabilities that mean they can’t climb stairs, they’re shaming us. On top of that they’ve stuck tape over the braille writing, making them illegible for anyone who can’t see!

This is super ableist, and fatphobic. I don’t like it, at all.

wow i’m disgusted



Or… perhaps the doors (or something? Perhaps the button it’s self?) for the second floor are broken so you can’t get off there? Perhaps this is someone’s way of telling people they can’t take the lift to that floor?

I am totally aware of checking my privilege - but sometimes people are outraged when they don’t need to be.

popular-slut-club:

colorsofequality:

girl-in-a-wheelchair:

gettingahealthybody:

Great idea. Though I think 5 flights of stairs is manageable too :)

That’s nice, I’ll just bump my wheelchair up the stairs then.

Oh wait, that’s not actually possible. You look at stairs and see exercise? I look at stairs and see a painful and insurmountable rack of bone crunching, joint crushing and muscle tearing misery.

Whoever did this an insensitive and thoughtless person.

They think they’re helping, but they’re making fun of people who have disabilities that mean they can’t climb stairs, they’re shaming us. On top of that they’ve stuck tape over the braille writing, making them illegible for anyone who can’t see!

This is super ableist, and fatphobic. I don’t like it, at all.

wow i’m disgusted

Or… perhaps the doors (or something? Perhaps the button it’s self?) for the second floor are broken so you can’t get off there? Perhaps this is someone’s way of telling people they can’t take the lift to that floor?


I am totally aware of checking my privilege - but sometimes people are outraged when they don’t need to be.