How does it feel to have an invisible disability? To many, I live a perfect life. I have a wonderful family, a supportive boyfriend, and my caring pets. However, underneath all of that, my disability is a major part of my identity, and I feel like it deeply explains me and my life. No one can see what is “wrong” with me* – they only see the parts of me that are considered “normal” in our world. However, I want to share the other part of me – part of me that our world often ignores.
This is part of a series of blogs from Noble campus representatives to give a deeper look at campus life. Unity is to be joined as a whole. A union is a club or association established by people with the […]
“A student confided with me that they were gay but were afraid to come out for fear that their parents wouldn’t accept them. They trusted me because they knew I was one of the leaders of the Pride+Ally club and […]