Handicap Baseball T-Shirts
Our Thought-Provoking Attitude T-Shirts act as a conversation starter. Thus removing those barriers and uncertainties surrounding communication and disability. Our Watcha Looking At? t-shirts are also a fun way of capturing somebodies stares. Trust us when we say, catching the look of shock is an amusing moment.
Tags: design, funny-saying, funny-quote, disability-awareness, disabled
An elegant city street map of Sofia, Bulgaria in gold, with the exact coordinates of the city, make up this amazing art piece. A great gift for anybody that has love for this city. You can never go wrong with gold. I love my city.
Tags: fernweh, typography, downtown, vacation, gold
Our accident pro t-shirt is a hilarious and unique gift for those more accident prone friends and clumsy family members. This design transcends disability, accidents can befall us all. One thing we know for sure is a sense of humour will be needed. For every accident prone friend there is another, willing to take the mickey out of the mishap. Making this t-shirt a great get well gift. All of our humorous and empowering disability t-shirts are designed in Cornwall and Made in the UK. With Free UK Delivery
Tags: funny-slogan, funny-saying, funny-quote, disability-awareness, disabled
Woman wearing a two tone purple sari with golden shimmer accents a gold trim and a golden necklace with a rainbow colored infinity symbol pendant. She holds a green and orange stim toy in her left hand and her right arm is raised in a fist. Above her are the words "Disability is an Intersection"
Tags: indian, disabledfashion, disability-pride, autism-acceptance, intersectional-feminism
Woman with pink hair, grey beanie, ripped black jeans, black boots and a whit shirt that says "Not All Disabilities Are Visible" raises her left hand arm in a fist with the words "Disability Is An Intersection" above her image.
Tags: lgbtqia, feminism, intersectional-feminist, intersectional-feminism, disabledfashion
Much of the abled community views stories of disabled folk as inspirational, and that we deserve sympathy and pity for our disabilities. And I, as well as many other disabled people, are sick of it. This t-shirt is for all the disabled folk who believe that they are not the abled community's mascot for making themselves feel better/giving themselves a pat on the back. We are disabled. But we are not inspiration. We are humans, not objects to marvel at. (If you're interested, you can find out more at the twitter hashtag #notyourinspiration.)
Tags: accessibility, disabilities, disabled, disability-activism, disability-awareness