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We continue the discussion as artist, activist, disabled survivor iconoclast billie rain shares hir Chronic Illness Bill of Rights. Then we jump into a conversation about societal response to chronic illness, myths about disability, ways of supporting people with chronic illnesses, and how we can create more inclusive communities.

This is another great conversation with billie that covered an important topic with both insight and lots of laughter.

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This graphic is a black and white cartoon-style drawing of two tough-looking anthropomorphized cats with their hands in their pockets, looking up enigmatically at the viewer. They are both wearing air-filtering face masks that cover their noses and mouths (these are a kind of mask often used by people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity). The cat on the left has stripes on their face and is wearing a white hoodie. The cat on the right has a black patch on their right ear and is wearing a black and white jacket.

This graphic is a black and white cartoon-style drawing of two tough-looking anthropomorphized cats with their hands in their pockets, looking up enigmatically at the viewer. They are both wearing air-filtering face masks that cover their noses and mouths (these are a kind of mask often used by people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity). The cat on the left has stripes on their face and is wearing a white hoodie. The cat on the right has a black patch on their right ear and is wearing a black and white jacket.

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