Wheelchair dating stories
A historian will argue that it is important to preserve historical buildings for the education of future generations. However, most able-bodied historians seem to think that ramps, automated doors, and lifts ruin the aesthetics of the building & take away from the experience.
They then use this as a legitimate reason to tell an entire demographic of people that they can’t come into that building, but they’re also not ableist & totally support equality.
The notion that a building has better rights than a human being is laughable, yet it has stood in the way of accessibility for decades.
Perhaps the most frustrating thing of this whole debate is that listed buildings can easily be made accessible.
The movie delves into the lives of each person, examining what it looks like for them to date, have sex, find love, and build families."Being a quadriplegic doesn't stop me.
Being paralyzed doesn't stop me from being in a relationship or being physical, or making love if I'm with the right person," Rockwood says in the film.
Often they can give us information about the way people lived throughout history, & what sort of conditions they lived in.
When challenging inaccessibility there are two words that every disabled person dreads; “listed building”.