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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 Critiquing Our Ableist Society : Heather Taylor-Johnson Reviews ‘Show Me Where It Hurts’ by Kylie Maslen
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'Statistically, half of your friends live with some kind of chronic condition, so when we look to art and pop-culture, why aren’t anomalous bodies depicted in their everydayness? Why aren’t there more common sense discussions about the ableist society in which we live? Show Me Where It Hurts: Living with Invisible Illness is a tactile reaction to these questions.' (Introduction)

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