In July 1990, President George H W Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law in an action that “gave voice to the nation’s highest ideals.” As we celebrate 25 years of ADA, we can see the significance of this law…But what is important to note is that the promise of ADA cannot be fulfilled unless those without disabilities act on its “clear, strong, consistent and enforceable standards.”

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What can disabled bodies teach us about sex, and why should we listen? Katharine Quarmby reports

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Classification of pregnancy as a “disability” to sanction changes in work is a matter of policy rather than medicine

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