Panel A: Image of a wheelchair balancing on a rope on one wheel. Text: While talking to others about our disabilities, we have to walk a tightrope to be able to speak about our grievances, but not so much that we’ll be seen as ‘whiners’. Panel B: Drawing of a woman raising an amputated hand saying ‘Me Too‘. Text: Unlike discourses of feminism or class, which more people can relate to, there is often only one person (or fewer) in a social group who can speak about disability-related discrimination. Panel C: Same woman as the above panel with a tape over her mouth. Text: This might often make it seem like the only thing that we like talking about is our disability. Not true! There’s obviously a lot more to us, but this is something that we want to share, and that we want you to understand.