Monthly Archives: November 2011

What role are you playing?

Have you seen any of the new BBC series on TV called “Life’s Too Short”; a comedy written by Ricky Gervais, about a ‘dwarf’ acting agency? Historically, people with restricted growth have been seen as people of interest – in … Continue reading

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Keep Prejudices Where They Belong – deep inside!

In a recent blog, I describe David Cameron’s apology about his sexist outburst in Parliament. This week we are reading John Terry’s assertion that he did not make a racist comment to a black footballer – although the police are getting … Continue reading

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