I can relate to this. 25. .. "Can I ask you a question that might be offensive" (idiot me, said yes) "Sure?" "What's it like living with your disability?" Or a
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Submitted: 06/18/2014
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User avatar #1 - dancingdoggy ONLINE (06/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
"Can I ask you a question that might be offensive"
(idiot me, said yes) "Sure?"
"What's it like living with your disability?"

Or another time, completely random:
"I just want you to know that even with your disability, you're still a beautiful person, so don't ever let your disability get in the way of who you are or who you want to be. Don't ever be insecure about it."
What? We were talking about about English papers... I just met you 20 minutes ago. I wasn't insecure about it until you brought it up.

Maybe it's not that bad, but it's happened three times in the past year where I just moved to, and it's never happened before. I thought people didn't notice my disability, but now complete strangers ask me, like it's really obvious.

Oh. And the next time someone asks me if they can ask an offensive question:
"Yes. I do mind. You are aware that asking permission isn't going to make whatever you're about to say less offensive, right?"
User avatar #2 to #1 - linklime (06/19/2014) [-]
The first thing I think was harmless, just genuine curiosity. The second one is just random and uncalled for unless you seemed really uncomfortable to them, in which case they could've worded it better.I'm asked this quite a bit but I'm never offended, though it might be because its comparability not that bad.
I have a real bad anxiety disorder and I was out of school for basically 5 years, what's "wrong" with you?
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