Wheelchair dating stories

03-Jul-2020 02:37

A historian will argue that it is important to preserve historical buildings for the education of future generations. However, most able-bodied historians seem to think that ramps, automated doors, and lifts ruin the aesthetics of the building & take away from the experience.

What saddens me most of all isn’t even that this ableism is legal, but that there are disabled people out there who not only accept it as an excuse, but actively support the decision to be excluded.The University of Leeds is full of listed buildings, most famously the E. Stoner & Roger Stevens buildings, which are hideous concrete memorials of brutalist architecture.