Panel A: Picture of a mic and a speaker set. The mic tells the speaker, ‘I need you!’ Text: People with disabilities need to converse with the able-bodied to sensitise you to our problems, but we can’t do this without your support. The struggle is real! Panel B: Speaker blaring loudly — music symbols are coming out of it. Text: Much like men need to be allies to women in the feminist fight, nondisabled people need to make a special effort to amplify the voices of the disabled. But how can you begin? Panel C: Picture of the mic and speaker again. This time, the speaker tells the mic: ‘No, I need YOU!’ Text: The next time a disabled person is talking, don’t roll your eyes, or shush them, or try to correct them about their own experiences. Try to listen. Read more. Take off the blinkers.