Updated: Jun 9, 2019
June is Pride month! Throughout June I will be signposting to content by awesome LGBTQ+ disability advocates and activists who are asking the question is Pride accessible and inclusive? And, if not, exploring how it can become accessible. So whether you identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community or whether you are an ally, ask yourself if the pride events you are attending are accessible and inclusive and how they can be more so. He is a great article by Alaina Leary to get you thinking:
[#ImageDescription - Charlie young white woman is centre frame and smiles at the camera. She has short brown hair which partial goes across her face. She is holding a pride flag and wears a white stripy top and dark blue raincoat. She also wears a feather necklace which is red, yellow and turquoise. Only her upper body is in frame. There is a crowd of people blurred out behind her and buildings and a red double decker bus. Superimposed on the photo at the top of the image is a semi-transparent rainbow with the title Is Pride accessible?' in bold, black font].