Disabled people have a right to privacy, don’t we? So why is social media inundated with stories, pictures, and videos of disabled people in vulnerable or private moments – often shared without their consent? How can we put an end to this in a culture that thrives on attention gained oversharing? And what is the difference between meaningful or educational disability-related content and content that exploits its subject for the sake of virality. We discuss in this episode.
- In Defense of People Who Need Caregivers: Disability Should Not Erase Dignity
- I’m 14, and I quit social media after discovering what was posted about me
- This Mommy Blogger Is Under Fire For Refusing To Stop Writing About Her 9-Year-Old After The Girl Begged Her To
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