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Bullying is a pervasive problem that knows no social, racial, or economic boundaries and takes many forms.
It is just as likely to occur on the job as on the playground.
Today, we invite you to share your story: let’s kick bullying to the curb.
I’ve had to deal with people on the street laughing at me as I go past. I’m told I shouldn’t react to that. I’ve had people driving past me slow down and shout abuse out the window to me.
And the response I’ve had is “yeah, it happens.”
I’ve thanked a careworker for a suggestion, but said it wouldn’t work for me because of my wheelchair. And then had to deal with her complaint that she’d “never met a more argumentative bossy, ungrateful little madam” as a result.
I’ve had complete strangers stop me in the supermarket to ask why my legs were in plaster. And then when I joked “it’s a fashion statement,” I had to deal with their looks of disapproval for daring to joke about something like that.
I’ve ignored people asking rude questions and wheeled away. And then been told I have an attitude problem.
I’ve been described as “the girl in the wheelchair” more times than I can count. And then when I say “I am so much more than that,” they never understand. Yet if I described someone as the “fat bloke,” it would be totally unacceptable
Some women with CP can experience vaginal spasms which tighten the vaginal muscles and make penetration either painful or impossible. One way to try and overcome the spasm is by bring the woman to orgasm clitorally, which should relax the spasm. Insertion should never be forced if the muscles are in any level of spasm.
Vaginal spasms! That may be a possible explanation for my difficulties… problem is I lose interest after the clitoral orgasm. But that’s masturbation.
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Capital of Canada! lol
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty spoke to high school students at Glebe Collegiate Institute in Ottawa on Thursday about bullying and his new Accepting Schools Act 2011 legislation.
“We want to make sure that all our schools are warm, secure, safe, inviting and accepting of all our students, regardless of their ethnicity, of their faith, of their place of origin, of their culture or traditions or gender or sexual orientation,” McGuinty told Grade 10 and 11 students.
If passed, the legislation would require all school boards in Ontario to create policies for bullying prevention — including tougher consequences for bullies — and to support students who want to promote understanding and acceptance.
While “disability” is included in the ASA 2011 legislation, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty failed to mention it. We’re in the background, again!
Children/students with disabilities matter!!
To quote Batman - “It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me” ^_^