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Teachings of a Grumpy Cripple: Volume 1

by Thane Pullan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0994117523, Paperback)

Thane Pullan's book, 'Teachings of a Grumply Cripple," introduces the reader to another side of his world with a disability. Thane's teachings cover all aspects of a person's life, including sex. By providing a thought provoking discussion of the inappropriate designs that society has in place, he sheds light on the attitudes of people. Thane says, "This book is about my experiences of having a disability, how society can improve treatment of people with disabilities and my own psychological theories." The paper version has been edited and updated in 2015 for a fresh new approach to understanding disability.

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