Telling my story of what it's like to live with Ichthyosis and a visible difference. Loving life!
What is ichthyosis?
Ichthyosis + appearance diversity resources
Meeting the Rush cast - YouTube video!
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18 June 2017
I don't blog here anymore. Visit carlyfindlay.com.au
I don't blog here anymore. I write at carlyfindlay.com.au . Yes, I've grown up and bought a dot com (dot au). I need to figure out...
05 February 2017
Inspiration and objectification of people with disability - a resource for teachers and parents
(Photo of woman in wheelchair, playing sport. She is smiling. Text reads: "Inspiration and objectification of people with dis...
03 February 2017
Don't let the world make you feel your skin, face and body should not be seen.
I haven't blogged for ages, I'm sorry. I've done a lot in the media, though - that's why it's been so busy. This weekend...
17 January 2017
You are not a good disability ally if you're ableist.
This post contains some ableist language that might be triggering Yesterday I engaged with two people who excused their ableism by saying t...
09 January 2017
My wedding story in New Idea magazine! Why I'm changing the narrative of disability in the mainstream media.
Because I'm about changing the narrative of disability and appearance diversity in mainstream media, and also a freelance writer and n...
08 January 2017
Support group for Australian and New Zealand women living with Ichthyosis.
I have set up a private Facebook support group for Australian and New Zealamd women (and people who identify as women) who have Ichthyos...
31 December 2016
If 10 year old me could see my life in 2016.
If we measure life's worth by social media reactions, which we shouldn't but we do, 10 year old me feels more loved, valued and vi...
30 December 2016
Giggling on the Just A Spoonful podcast
You know when you have a crush on someone and somehow you magic your life so your worlds collide and you do something together? Well tha...
29 December 2016
Talking authentic disability representation in media on the Neighbuzz podcast
A couple of weeks ago I was interviewed for the Neighbuzz podcast. It was a special bonus episode focused on disability. Neighb...
27 December 2016
Silent Tears exhibition at MAMA Albury
This post mentions violence toward women with disability. I went to see Silent Tears at MAMA - Murray Art Museum Albury in Albury o...
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