I Suffer from Ableism (Halftone Beach Towel)
There can be a very offensive baggage tied to the saying "he suffers from [this disability]", not because some disabilities don't involve some type of suffering on some level, but because of the baggage of how that phrase was used in the past to imply that a person with a disability cannot have a good, full, or meaningful life. It implies they are 2nd class citizens when it comes to their quality of life, and that simply is not true and a horrible assumption to make.
Ableism is discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities. It characterizes persons as defined by their disabilities and as inferior to the non-disabled.
Some people with disabilities would say they suffer more from ableism (the ableist environment they live in) than their disability. So this shirt is turning "I suffer from a disability" to "I suffer from ableism." One of the signs that ableism is still a huge issue is just the fact that many people have never heard the term before, or if they have, rarely.
Give your bathroom a vibrant look and wrap yourself up with this super soft and cozy all-over sublimation towel.
• Available in one size: 30”x60”
• 52% cotton, 48% polyester
• Made in China. Printed in the USA
• Printed on one side only
• The non-printed side is made of terry fabric, making the towel more water-absorbent