As hard as it is to believe, given everything going on around us, it remains Women’s History Month. A month in which we celebrate everything women have achieved. No really.
Beyond Instagram’s barrage of empowering quotes and girlboss gifs, it’s never been clearer that women are not yet afforded equal footing in this world. What has been discussed less, however, amid the noise and anger, is that even in our standing against inequality, our society is ableist.
Because disabled women, in particular, are still not afforded many of the rights that you’d expect in 2021. We can’t even take for granted those the suffragettes fought for – and I’m referring, specifically, to financial freedom.
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