Three things I wish people knew about living with life-threatening impairment

One of the hardest things about living with life-threatening impairment is actually not dealing with my situation, but with peoples reactions to my situation. Here are three things I wish people knew about living with life-threatening impairment People constantly presume how I must feel, and then react to me based on that – when they’veContinue reading “Three things I wish people knew about living with life-threatening impairment”

Assisted suicide: a shift to neutrality is not a neutral move

The views in this article are entirely my own and do not reflect that of any organisation I work with. They should be considered reflective of my position at the time of writing, which may have since changed. The public debate about assisted suicide is constantly being argued and reargued in the media, courts, andContinue reading “Assisted suicide: a shift to neutrality is not a neutral move”

The Guardian: We are told we are a burden: legalising assisted suicide would further devalue our lives

The views in this article are entirely my own and do not reflect that of any organisation I work with. They should be considered reflective of my position at the time of writing, which may have since changed.

The massacre of the disabled: Sagamihara, infanticide, abortion and assisted suicide

The views in this article are entirely my own and do not reflect that of any organisation I work with. They should be considered reflective of my position at the time of writing, which may have since changed. [Description: there is a grey wall with writing on it in Japanese in a lighter grey. AgainstContinue reading “The massacre of the disabled: Sagamihara, infanticide, abortion and assisted suicide”