"Stupid questions not to ask a disabled person - Defying the Label Season" - BBC Three

An interesting video. I discussed with a friend a few days ago about what it means to be "normal" for people with disabilities. I cannot speak for others. I can only speak for me.

Feeling comfortable to talk about hard of hearing, like many other daily life issues people talk about, is the normal life I want.

Telling me that I am "normal" and treating me as a "normal" person, as if I were *not* hard of hearing, this is *not* normal.

Avoiding to talk about disabilities is *not* normal.