The language of disability is a political nightmare. Is it something you ‘have’, ‘suffer from’ or ‘were born with’? Are you ‘different’, ‘special’ or exactly the same as everyone else? Our guest editor this month, Jody McIntyre, dispenses with linguistic dilemmas to explore difference and defiance, in a personal and confrontational attack on the notion of ‘dis-ability’.
November 2013, Issue 467