Call Me Disabled

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Call Me Disabled

 4.3 via 15 ratings in Apple Podcasts
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A culture podcast from Poppy Field

Drop the euphemisms. Call Me Disabled.

This is a new podcast from me, Poppy Field. Since my childhood, I’ve had a rollercoaster of experiences with my disabled identity. Living with chronic illness, chronic pain, neurodivergency, and in particular, inaccessibility. I know how complicated our relationship with disability can be.

I’ll be chatting with various guests about their journey of identifying as disabled, plus all the amazing and difficult in-betweens that come with it. 

We’ll be sharing their story and we’ll discuss what we want the future to look like for everybody. Temporary, non-disabled and disabled, you included. I’m asking the world ever so subtly to drop the euphemisms.

Call Me Disabled aims to give tangible takeaways and tools for everyone, disabled and non-disabled.

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