To mark international day of disabled people on 3 December, the TUC has published guidance for trade union representatives and disabled workers under the title “You don’t look disabled”.  The individual case studies it presents show why it is needed. Much of the population assumes that disabled people use wheelchairs to get around, or carry white sticks.…

Source: “You don’t look disabled”


Invisible disability gives the disablists the chance to raise the judgemental question.”But you’re not GENUINELY disabled”.

Watch out for the word “genuine”,it means invisible.

Dementia and schizophrenia eg,are therefore not “genuine” disabilities and so are “undeserving”.

Everyday disablism.