Mia Mingus

Womens History Month #13

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Ableism — many people don’t know what it means. Admittedly, I knew what it meant within the margins of my life. Still learning.

With the exception of some physical and mental injuries sustained, I’ve been able to move though life with comparative ease.

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I’m an ordinary woman, and #survivor #writing—existing in an extraordinary world. Fuck them lanes. #WEOC #BotBEditor introvert #POMpoet #TBIN #Poetry #Memoirs

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I’m an ordinary woman, and #survivor #writing—existing in an extraordinary world. Fuck them lanes. #WEOC #BotBEditor introvert #POMpoet #TBIN #Poetry #Memoirs

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