Positive role models for people with disabilities, sort of.

I meant to write about this the other week but got distracted. New Albert square market trader Donna arrived on screen recently and isn’t a very nice character it seems, and this is kinda a good thing for disabled people. Normally, disabled people are shown as being stereotypes, and are as nice as pie, when the reality is they can as nice or as nasty as anyone else, a wheelchair doesn’t stop someone from being an arsehole I guess is what I’m trying to say. Sometimes negative role models can be a positive thing.

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