I am in the midst of drafting an undergraduate course exploring disability and faith. Often disability is explored within the context of something that is not normal. For example we assume it is normal to be able to walk and talk, and not being to do those things is considered not normal, and therefore a limitation or disability.
I would argue that "normal" is a social construct.
What do you think? What is normal? Is there such a thing as normal?
You are here and we are glad. Enjoy your time. Please check out the sticky note for tips & tricks.Dismiss Notice
The upgrade is complete and we are now running on the latest version of the Xenforo board software. There is a thread in Tips & Techiques on the new features and another for reporting issues.Dismiss Notice
WonderCafe2 is a home for open-minded discussion and exploration of spiritual topics, moral issues and life's big questions. It is designed to reflect key qualities and values of the original site Wondercafe (www.wondercafe.ca)