We all know the “-splaining” slang - mansplaining, whitesplaining, straightsplaining, and so on.
We watch the little baby getting emotional when its new hearing aid is turned on and is "hearing mommy's voice for the first time". There's been other viral videos of people getting their cochlear implant activated for the first time and they break down crying when they're hearing sounds.
I came across this GIF and I actually laughed and eyerolled at the same time.
American Sign Language (ASL) has steadily gained more exposure through television, movies and social media. It’s estimated that around a million people use ASL as their primary language.
If you’ve ever experienced some degree of depression, you’ll know how hard it can be to crawl out of that darkness.
I'd like to discuss a topic that happens innocently enough, but really makes things awkward for some people with disabilities.