Posts by: Errol Kerr

  Welcome to my new regular article, entitled Crip the Week, in which I’m going to tackle the most prominent stories from each week in regards to disability and neurodiversity. Within this writing space I want to tackle the larger issues within the disability community, which still seem a taboo subject even in the...

  Welcome to my new regular article, entitled Crip the Week, in which I’m going to tackle the most prominent stories from each week in regards to disability and neurodiversity. Within this writing space I want to tackle the larger issues within the disability community, which still seem a taboo subject even in the...

The phrase “falling on deaf ears” is an awful and ableist one, but frankly what the disabled community experience, what I experience, is much worse. It’s not that people cannot hear what is being said; they don’t want to. They can’t be bothered to. No matter how much I raise my voice, no matter how much my disabled...

Okay, so. This is a longstanding issue I’ve had, but one I’ve been unsure as to how to confront. So naturally, I thought an article was apt. Without further ado, I’m going to come out and just say it – Stop putting gender neutral labels on disabled bathrooms. Seriously. It’s counter-progressive, poor feminism, poor...

So we’ve turned the corner post-Brexit and found ourselves faced with another major voting period. This time it’s another general election, out of the blue. After 2015 and 2016, the thought of yet another election makes me feel sick. Not only about the possible results, but the thought of going through another period...

So, I know this is a ridiculously long article, but there’s a reason for that. In the small essay you’re about to read, I’m going to go through the past thirteen years of my life, and the lives of my family, within the mainstream education system. The experiences I’m about to talk about have nearly destroyed my family...