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Open Letter To Those Without Invisible Chronic Illness

This poster contains the entire text of my ‘Open Letter To Those Without Invisible Disability/Chronic Illness‘.

No Pity

No Pity

People with a disability don’t ask for pity - so don’t accept it either. Let people know with this shirt that you are your own person and you expect them to treat you with respect.

What A Person With An Invisible Disability Looks Like

What A Person With An Invisible Disability Looks Like

This is what a person with an invisible disability looks like … exactly like anybody else.
Wear this shirt when you’re sick of getting abuse for using your disabled parking permit. Whip it out to grab a much-needed seat on public transport without the nasty looks. Give it to all your friends to wear, so they [...]

Gender: Male/Female/Other

Gender: Male/Female/Other

Gender isn’t as binary as some people think … if your gender isn’t as binary as forms and papers and red tape likes to assume, then wear this shirt with pride!

Part Human, Part Machine

Part Human, Part Machine

Do you have a prosthesis, a cochlear implant, a pacemaker, or a pair of callipers? What about a wheelchair, crutches, a powerchair or a scooter? And if you do, are these things part of your self-image like mine are?
On the other hand, maybe you’re just a member of The Borg or you’re a Cyborg!
Whichever it [...]

Disabled And Still Human

Disabled And Still Human

Being a person with a disability necessitates being a person first. It’s just that this is one of those things that - especially for those with severe and/or disfiguring disabilities - a lot of able-bodied people seem to forget. With this shirt they’ll be forced to remember, and I for one think that’s a good [...]

I Prefer Names, Not Labels

I Prefer Names, Not Labels

Not so keen on being referred to as a label? This shirt might just be your style …

Nobody Knows I Have A Disability (Version 2)

Nobody Knows I Have A Disability (Version 2)

Is your disability a secret? Make sure it stays that way with this shirt … NOT!

Talking Isn’t The Only Way To Communicate

Talking Isn’t The Only Way To Communicate

Scientists have shows that the vast majority of communication is non-verbal … that’s what makes this slogan so true! Especially for those who are non-verbal, this shirt is definitely for you!

I Have Dis …

I Have Dis …

Got dyslexia? Can’t spell too well? This shirt will alert people and give everybody a laugh at the same time. Guaranteed to be a great conversation-starter.

Handle With Care - Feeling Fragile Today

Handle With Care - Feeling Fragile Today

Sometimes we just don’t feel as “gung ho” and “out there” as the slogans on some of these shirts. I decided I wanted to design some “more gentle” slogans for those days that people needed some TLC and this was my first try.

Chronically Happy!

Chronically Happy!

A shirt to display to the world that you’re chronically happy and proud of it too! Chronic happiness isn’t something that just “comes to you” if you have a chronic illness or disability do deal with, as well as all the usual trials of life, so it’s definetely something you *should* be proud of!

I Can Stand Up, It’s A Miracle! (version 2)

I Can Stand Up, It’s A Miracle! (version 2)

Are you a wheelchair user who can also stand up, or take some steps? Are you tired of people looking at you like the sky just fell when you stand up?
You need this shirt to fore-warn them that you’re able to perform your “miracle” so you don’t shock them so much!
Perhaps they’ll even pick up [...]

Who Defines Normal?

Who Defines Normal?

Who gets to define “NORMAL” anyway? And can I find THEM in a wheelchair? We think this is a great question to ask, and - of course- therefore a great question to have all over your shirt!

Still Human

Still Human

Sometimes I really do think some people wonder if those of us with severe disabilities are from another race or something. This shirt is designed to dispell all doubt!