After posting the article about the poor experience I had with USAirways on my trip home from Las Vegas, most of my readers responded very positively. Unfortunately, about 4 people, all blind themselves and mostly supporters of NFB, seem to believe that, because of entirely irrational libertarian politics regarding disability, that an American with a… Read more about Blind Libertarians: Oxymorons or Just Morons
On Monday afternoon, I boarded a USAirways jet in Boston to fly to Las Vegas and I must say that nearly every moment in the care of this airline, especially the trip home, felt like I had handed myself over to the care of a dominatrix, not exactly my fetish of choice. The flight out… Read more about Cargo or Boy Does USAirways Suck
Last week, I posted an article here describing the poor accessibility my blind friend and I experienced at Women in Secularism 2. On Thursday, I received a formal, written apology (pasted at the end of this piece) from Dr. Ronald Lindsay, president of Center for Inquiry (CFI), for the accessibility problems. I accept his apology… Read more about Good Things About Women in Secularism 2
Over this past weekend, I attended the Center for Inquiry (CFI) sponsored, Women in Secularism (WiS) conference in Washington, DC. I have had a total vision impairment for about 15 years, I’ve attended a lot of conferences during that time and, I have never faced discrimination as badly as I did at this event. Approximately… Read more about The Invisible Blind Man
Earlier this week, I posted an article on this blog called “The Invisible Blind Man” that described the miserable accessibility experience my blind friend and I had at the Women in Secularism conference in Washington, DC. After posting the story, I generally received praise for the article but one blind friend of mine called me… Read more about Am I A Militant?