Cover Photo: A black and white sketch of the Order of the White Feather, a group of women in hats and long dresses, confronting a man in a suit and bowler hat with a white feather. The text on the image reads: "Suddenly producing a large white feather, she jabbed it into his waistcoat. And in another tone, fierce and scornful, she added: "You coward! Why don't you enlist?"'
Image from 'The White Feather: A Sketch of English Recruiting' by Arnold Bennett/Collier’s Weekly

Disability Status Shouldn’t Have a Hierarchy

While someone’s disability may not be evident to you, it still affects their life—and how they’re treated within and outside the disability community.

The Four Feathers.


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s.e. smith is a National Magazine Award-winning Northern California-based writer who has appeared in The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Bitch Magazine, and numerous other fine publications.