sábado, 24 de abril de 2010

Fran & Siobhán's feminist, disability-friendly, colourful, vegan wedding


"...Our biggest challenge: We met because of chronic health problems, so planning a wedding left us even more exhausted than normal. We planned the day around this, sitting during the ceremony, with comfy seats with arms during the meal, sofas around the dancefloor, the whole venue was disability friendly..."

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viernes, 23 de abril de 2010

Hotel Axor Feria, Madrid


Hotel con habitaciones / instalaciones para personas de movilidad reducida y lgtbfriendly

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sábado, 10 de abril de 2010

Harley - LGBT College Students With Disabilities

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender college students with disabilities: a look at multiple cultural minorities

Debra A Harley, Theresa M. Nowak, Linda J Gassaway, Todd A. Savage
Psychology in the Schools, 2002

“College students with disabilities who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) represent diverse cultural minorities with multiple service needs involving disabilities, identities, and adjustment strategies. These students are usually accommodated in the college environment because of their disability while simultaneously marginalized based on their sexual orientation.”

“This article discusses LGBT college students with disabilities as multiple cultural minorities with a focus on educational environments, institutional issues, and strategies for university personnel.”

—2002 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Debra A. Harley es profesora asociada en el Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling; Theresa M. Nowak es estudiante de doctorado en el Program for School Psychology; Linda J. Gassaway es estudiante de doctorado en el Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling; y Todd Savage es doctorando en el Program for School Psychology de la Universidad de Kentucky.
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