The reality of life as a disabled clubber

A night out clubbing is something most young people take for granted. But even if they get past the bouncer, life on the dance floor can sometimes be difficult for those with disabilities.
"I've been told I'm a fire risk a number of times, or they don't have disabled toilets," says Sam Renke, a 30-year-old actress, of her experience with clubs.
"There have even been places where they do have a disabled toilet, but they use it as a storage room."
Sam, who has osteogenesis imperfecta (commonly known as brittle bone disease, but she prefers the term brittle bone condition),... read more

1 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 49
Source: BBC

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