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6 Things Not to Do When You See Someone With Dwarfism

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As much as it annoys me when people forget to say “please” and “thank you,” today I ask people to use common courtesy when encountering someone with dwarfism or another disability.

Please renounce the following common discourtesies, today and always. 1. Staring or Finger Pointing An overwhelming majority of people with dwarfism regularly experience strangers pointing fingers and piercing eyes that won’t let go their gaze.

The sight of someone so short is more than they can handle politely. This unsolicited attention is not only rude, but also can discourage people from going out in public and makes us uncomfortable when we do venture out.

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