Things you shouldn't say to a person with a disability
how do you avoid being "that person?" who said something that made a disabled person uncomfortable or offended? Good question.
A blog with a view from the intersection of queer and disabled. Disability and LGBT rights and education.
A portmanteau of seriously and queer.
1)To a degree that is significant or worrying because of possible danger or risk.
1) Strange; odd. slightly ill.
2) (Of a person) relating to a sexual or gender identity that does not correspond to established ideas of sexuality and gender, especially heterosexual norms.
Not in full health; sick.