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Wheelchair Notebooks

Tags: ambulance, handicapped, handicap, freedom, living

Tags: cowboys, sex, rides, free-rides, free-parking

Tags: ambulancia, handicapped, handicap, liberty-freedom, living

Description

The Wheelchair user that likes to live life.

Tags: parking, paralympian, paralympic, rocket-wheelchair, wheelchairdontcare

Tags: acc, big-boss, handicapable, handicapped, boss

Tags: cowgirl, cowboy, parking, paralympic, paralympian

Tags: paralympian, parking, paralympic, future-wheelchair, humpday

Free Rides Wheelchair Notebook

by geekspeaker
$20
Description

a drawing of Annie Segarra (Annie Elainey) in her manual wheelchair where it's silhouetted by rainbow colors

Tags: accessibility, wheelchair-user, disability, lgbt-pride, lgbtgia

Rainbow (Manual Chair) Notebook

by annieelainey
$20

Tags: youshi, cowboy, sex, rides, free-rides

Description

Using a wheelchair can be difficult at first, both mentally and physically. However, just because you're handicapped, it doesn't mean you're any less capable than anyone else. Stay strong, and keep fighting. That wheelchair can't keep you down!

Tags: disabled-vet, handicapped-veteran, handicapped-vet, disabled-athlete, wheelchairdontcare

Description

Perfect for that wheelchair user that loves to live life.

Tags: disabled, disableddog, disabledveteran, disabledlife-disabledmodel, disabledcat

Description

Just because an injury or some other life circumstance has left you in a wheelchair doesn't mean you can't be strong. You are still the same strong-willed person that you've always been. You don't need the use of your legs, because you don't run away from anything!

Tags: handicap, quadriplegic, paraplegic, handicapped, paralysis

Description

Graphic credits: Assistance Dog by Sam Garner from the Noun Project (modified). Guide Dog by Ed Piel from the Noun Project (modified). Head by Vladimir Belochkin from the Noun Project. Wheelchair by the Accessible Icon Project. Sign Language via the National Parks Service.

Tags: lgbt-flag, pride-flag, invisible-illness, autism, wheelchair

Description

Boldly show that a wheelchair is a freeing piece of technology...

Tags: freedom, disability, wheelchair, handicapped, disabled

Wheelchair Freed Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

Each person is unique and recognising each and everyone's personality and talents will bring us closer to redefining ourselves...

Tags: moonlight, song, colours, moon, got-talent

Moonlight Song Notebook

by Daletheskater
$20
Description

You just have to be obvious with some people!

Tags: inspirational-sayings, equal, handicapable, muscular-dystrophy, cerebral-palsy

Description

Agent Peggy Carter depicted as the updated accessibility logo!

Tags: handicap, handicapped, wheelchair, disabled, disability

Rolling Peggy Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

The United States Representative from Illinois Tammy Duckworth as the updated accessibility logo with a Superman style emblem of the letter "D".

Tags: rep-duckworth, tammy-duckworth, wheelchair-user, democrat, veterans

Rolling Tammy Duckworth Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

The words "Chronically Chill" in retro orange font.

Tags: disability-rights, disability-pride, disability-justice, disability-activism, disability-awareness

Chronically Ch(ill) Orange Notebook

by DissentClothing
$20
Description

The classic Peter Parker version of Spider-Man as the updated accessibility logo!

Tags: comic, marvel, handicapped, wheelchair, disabled

Wheelchair Spidey Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

Wonder Woman depicted as a wheelchair user!

Tags: art, justice-league, dccomics, dc-universe, disabled

Wheelchair Wonder Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

Wheelchairs Mean Freedom! in black bold letters

Tags: disabled-pride, wheelchairdontcare, wheelchairlife, wheelchair, accessibility

Wheelchairs Mean Freedom! Notebook

by DissentClothing
$20
Description

Communicate loud and clear: disabled people deserve access to the same spaces and opportunities that abled people enjoy. Design description: A large white graphic with four segments showing the following access symbols; - a person propelling wheelchair - hands signing ASL - an outline of a human head with a brain to symbolize invisible illness & nerodiversity - a symbol showing a person with a cane in one hand and a service dog harness in the other. Underneath the four symbols are the words "Accessibility Matters".

Tags: autistic, mental-illness, blind, service-dog, autism

Tags: trump, immigration, accessibility, no-ban-no-wall, build-ramps-not-walls

Build Ramps, Not Walls Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

Hunting, Cheaper Than Therapy

Tags: top trend, new trend, new t-shirts, best t-shirts, top t-shirts

Description

Politicians everywhere are trying to strip disabled people of their rights. Tell them all to stop with this new version of our Stop Attacking Disabled People design.

Tags: parliament, political, congress, disability-politics, disability-justice

Description

Show your wheelchair-user pride with this symbol of rolling power!

Tags: handicapped, disabled, accessibility-logos, wheelchair

Rolling Power! Notebook

by RollingMort91
$20
Description

The words “Disabled AF” in bold white letters against a purple and blue nebula and stars.

Tags: galaxy, stars, nebula-sky, nebula, space

Disabled AF In Space Notebook

by DissentClothing
$20 $16
Description

Based off an MRI of my best friend's skull.

Tags: skull, eds, skulls, surgery, macabre

Chiari Skull Notebook

by Philip_Metropolitan93
$20

Tags: pretty, cute, disabled, wheelchair, handicapable

Description

Some people just need help getting it!

Tags: social-justice, handicapable, equal, cerebral-palsy, wheelchair

Description

A disabled monster who won't give up!

Tags: monster, disabled, handicap

Description

Surfing, Cheaper Than Therapy

Tags: surfing, cheaper, than, therapy, cheaper-than-therapy

Description

Grab your pick and join in the movement of disability pride

Tags: proud, black, pride, disabled

Description

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

#NotYourInspiration Notebook

by lilycalder
$20
Description

Young Black girl in cosplay enjoying a comic book in her room.

Tags: disabled, woc, intersectional-feminist, intersectional-feminism, fanart

Comics are life! Notebook

by DissentClothing
$20
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