On Inclusion and Belonging: Notes of an Autistic Gamer
Lea Knakkergaard speaks about inclusivity in the gaming community and how she is a positive example for her neurotypical and neuroatypical students.
The Evolution of Art Education in Dubai
In some schools, art education is going beyond simply creating artwork to critically analyzing artists' work and incorporating new technology into their creative endeavors.
The Re:Set Guide to Supporting Someone with a Chronic Illness
Experiencing a chronic illness can be an isolating experience, here's how you can provide support to those going through the ups and downs these diseases bring.
From Hate to Acceptance: How Women Are Reclaiming the Narrative Around Body Hair
Women reflect on where the pressure for women to be hairless stems from and what prompted their decision to stop body hair removal.
Why I Hate Valentine’s Day as Woman With a Disability
"I don’t like Valentine's Day...as it reminds me that the world is divided into a binary of the abled-bodied and people with disabilities."