Here is yet another way petro-chemical and wireless pollutants and policies create barriers to access, barriers that personal actions and responsibility alone cannot overcome…
Background: Michellina wrote about her masked experiences on her blog The-Labyrynth, which inspired Colleen to write about her mask breakthrough on her blog Life in the City with a Future, which inspired me to share her link and post on the subject here, which then inspired Suki to chime in here adding her experiences, as well as a link to some really great resources from from The (US) National Center for Independent Living on environmental health barriers to access, which links back here to one of my posts! And here’s an example of just how prevalent fragrance chemicals are.
And then… my friend Melody posted this photo, which brings up another issue:
How can we have access to our money when wearing disability related “accessories”?
What about the masks we wear to breathe? Or the hats and scarves we wear to keep some of the fragrance chemicals off of our hair? Or the special fabric head-coverings to protect from wireless radiation? These are necessary “accessories” which prevent further disability, and allow some of us to lead somewhat more normal lives, kind of like what wheelchairs are for people who can’t walk.
Do they have these signs (and policies) everywhere now?
How do you manage?
Posted in Accessibility, Disability, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Human Rights
Tagged banking, barriers, EHS, fragrance chemicals, Human Rights, IAQ, masks, MCS, money, resources for people with MCS, respirators and masks
We have a fabulous new resource that Heather Awen has put together.
The Safe Canary Nest was created in the first three months of my MCS diagnosis. As I was scrambling like mad to find out where to shop, what to eat, how to afford it, which doctors to trust, and venturing into MCS online groups, my online folder “MCS” became massive. I found bits and pieces of information here and there, but nothing centralized.
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