I may be wrong


I say what I see and what I think but despite how others portray me, this does not mean I believe I am always right. I am an individual who represents no one but myself and I never design to deliberately upset people, but to say things I believe in a way others may see as blunt but nevertheless truthful. I am not prefect and I have always accepted that I may be wrong but maybe people are things are wrong.


I think people feel to understand that in the way that I see the world, what other people say about disabled people being victims or imply as such I find deeply offensive and I feel I have the right to challenge them. While they seem to be allowed to be as hostile and rude as they wish, I am attacked for challenge them with passion that I am told I must be polite. Well, I am sorry but I rather be wrong and imperfect than political correct all the time!


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