Disability

See also disability studies.

History Is All You Left Me
A List of Cages
The One Memory of Flora Banks
Love and First Sight
Menace (Scarlet Scars, #1)
A Quiet Kind of Thunder
Flying Lessons and Other Stories
Painted On My Heart
The Impossible Boy
Afraid to Fly (Anchor Point #2)
Love is Heartless (Love Can't Series, #2)
Trust Trade (Gem City Grit, #1)
Grounded (The Flight Series, #2)
Leo Loves Aries (Signs of Love, #1)
Shut Up and Kiss Me (Lost Boys, #2)
Wonder
Making Faces
Maybe Someday (Maybe, #1)
A List of Cages
Fish In A Tree
The War that Saved My Life
El Deafo
The One Memory of Flora Banks
Love and First Sight
A Quiet Kind of Thunder
Our Chemical Hearts
The Year We Fell Down (The Ivy Years, #1)
It's All Absolutely Fine
Flying Lessons and Other Stories
Rain Reign
Out of My Mind
El Deafo
Wonder
The Blinding Light (The Tav #1)
Blind Faith (Blind Faith, #1)
Ethan, Who Loved Carter
Carry the Ocean (The Roosevelt, #1)
The Fault in Our Stars
St. Nacho's (St. Nacho's #1)
The Mating of Michael (Sex in Seattle, #3)
Archer's Voice
Speechless (Speechless #1)
In the Absence of Light
Dance With Me (Dancing, #1)
The Running Dream

Near the end of Love's Labor, Eva Feder Kittay (1999, 154) writes that a fundamental aspect of a just society is related to the conditions and limits of mothering. In a just society, women with disabilities can mother because there is adequate emotional and material support for them to do so, and given a context of support and approval to reproduce, they can also choose not to bear children. In a just society, mothers of children with disability can mother, and they, their children, and other ne ...more
Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson and Jen Cellio, Disability and Mothering: Liminal Spaces of Embodied Knowledge

Kim Edwards
What would happen, they conjectured, if they simply went on assuming their children would do everything. Perhaps not quickly. Perhaps not by the book. But what if they simply erased those growth and development charts, with their precise, constricting points and curves? What if they kept their expectations but erased the time line? What harm could it do? Why not try?
Kim Edwards, The Memory Keeper's Daughter

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