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able-bodiedness

Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being able-bodied.

Etymologies

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able-bodied +‎ -ness

Examples

  • As a person with a disability, I don't have to mimic able-bodiedness in order to be sexual.

    Cory Silverberg: When it Comes to Sex, Are Your Sins Invalid?

  • As a person with a disability, I don't have to mimic able-bodiedness in order to be sexual.

    Cory Silverberg: When it Comes to Sex, Are Your Sins Invalid?

  • Some stories even require it if they tell of a range of abilities or a sudden impairment preceded by able-bodiedness.

    Blackface/Yellowface/*face

  • Ability and gender are inseparable in the complex personal interactions of disabled women within a society that privileges both male and able-bodiedness.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Ability and gender are inseparable in the complex personal interactions of disabled women within a society that privileges both male and able-bodiedness.

    Blind Rage and the legacy of Helen Keller

  • I would never claim radical feminists are the most knowledgeable people on matters of race because feminists as a whole are woman-centered-women necessarily hence the fem prefix, but I think as far as seeing the underlying forces that work together behind the institutionalized oppressions of gender, race, age, class, able-bodiedness, nationalism, etc. radical feminists have keener insights than most other kinds of feminists.

    Is The Oppression of Women The Root Of All Oppressions?

  • Hmm, Walker reminds me of the social assumption of able-bodiedness and the social construction of disability, and as someone with a disabled roommate, I'm appauled that she is -- literally and metaphorically -- "running around" with such a privileged surname.

    Readercon 16: Day 1

  • Favre, who began the streak with the Green Bay Packers, had started 297 consecutive regular season games, a staggering run of able-bodiedness that began in 1992, when Favre was 23 years old.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Green Bay Packers, had started 297 consecutive regular-season games, a staggering run of able-bodiedness that began in 1992, when Favre was 23.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Green Bay Packers, had started 297 consecutive regular-season games, a staggering run of able-bodiedness that began in 1992, when Favre was 23.

    NYT > Home Page

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