Stereotypes are keyword to common perceptions of people with disabilities. A stereotype of the sort says people with disabilities are kin to an isolated caste. We rarely meet them in the street, and almost never in the theater, cafes, or supermarkets. Most people tend to think, "Thank God I'm not disabled." However, in our age of technological disasters it is naïve to look with detachment at the problems of the disabled, without trying them on ourselves at least in theory.
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