WELCOME TO ONE OF THE MANY DISABILITY THEME PARKS

HERE YOU WILL FIND AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF AUTHENTIC DISABLING EXPERIENCES FROM THE LATE 20th CENTURY

RE-LIVE THOSE BYGONE DAYS AND THE FIGHT BACK BY DISABLED PEOPLE

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN HISTORY UNTIL IT SEEMS LIKE NOW


Nowadays we are all used to being full and equal participants in society rather than some of us being "Disabled" by it but here, to give a feel of the struggles involved, the terms 'Disabled people' and 'non-disabled people' have been reinstated.

We welcome additional material about any other disabling theme park.

RAMPS
A prize exhibit of any theme park.

The ideas of non-disabled people were rather basic then and difficult for our advanced awareness to imagine. Ramps, along with the access sign, were considered to possess magical qualities. Just by providing sloped areas, no matter how inadequate, they expected applause, awards and gratitude. Equal access to all aspects of life wasn't ever addressed.

In our collection-rooms are wonderful examples of outrageously useless ramps. These have been meticulously restored. Some resemble ski slopes whilst others the narrow beam in gymnastics. We have some of what we think are the steepest and the narrowest ever constructed plus a range of unsuitable slippery materials. You can enjoy the terror, virtually, in the interactive slalom game provided at the end.

Staff have nicknamed the collection 'Rampant Horrors.'
Within this there is a special display of vehicle ramps called 'Ramp-shackle'.

We are initiating research projects into the history and eccentric design of ramps. Developing exciting ideas about their place in cultural theory.
Please inform us of examples you know of particularly if you think they beat the records for steepness or narrowness


- Remember -

Ramp the magical object. Access sign the magical symbol.

PUBLIC ACCESS - STAIRS
(Now don't be too shocked and remember they're bygone days.)

Here you'll find stairs but will search in vain for lifts. An example of how acceptable and common it was to exclude Disabled people from many areas of social and political life. As late as the 1990s non-disabled people, who often wouldn't support other oppressive policies, continued to use facilities which were bluntly denied to Disabled people.

We had a long history of discrimination and attitudes were slow to change. Legislation for other groups was enacted but Disabled people were denied anti-discrimination legislation. We were forced to use rear entrances and segregated seating; forced to live with legal discrimination in employment and education. This continued for Disabled people until - Now who can give the date when Disabled people finally won Civil Rights Legislation? 1996, 1999 or some time in the 21st Century?
LISTED BUILDINGS

One persistent category of veneration was the 'Listed Building'. We've said how basic and irrational ideas were then. They had a passion to preserve exactly, that is brick for brick, not particularly useful or even well designed structures. Age was the criteria which mattered; this is strange considering they neglected the requirements of old people but old buildings were obviously valued more highly, as was wine and furniture and paintings.

Selection to pf a building as 'listed' was erratic but once decided structural changes were taboo even though activities undertaken and objects placed within buildings might be totally incongruous to its style.

Obviously, In our era we couldn't continue with people being less important than buildings. If it's 'public' now it means everyone. Our 'Public Access' certificates, can be withdrawn if any exclusions occur and the building closed until 'public' means just that.
SITUATION REVERSAL
(This was the policy initiated for awareness and change.
How is your history? When were these policies first enacted?)

We intend a radical but logical policy where Disabled people to design all facilities for non-disabled people.

This might seem too radical at first but you'll get used to it, we had to.
SITUATION REVERSAL

In the future this toilet will be locked.
Please find a Disabled stranger assigned to unlock it for your use.
We hope you enjoy the search for this elusive person.
SITUATION REVERSAL

Sorry to reminded you of your gender differentiation but don't be concerned we intend making toilets unisex or a-sexual. To this end tampon and condom machines will be removed from all toilets. We will of course provide only one, unisex, toilet for your use.
SITUATION REVERSAL

We plan making this aspect of your life more interesting. You'll need to bring a wrench to turn taps and open doors. Small step ladders would be useful, as various necessities will be attached to the ceiling

THANK YOU FOR VISITING
THIS DISABLING THEME PARK


There are many such theme parks throughout the world or, to be more accurate, the world is one large disabling theme park.

We hope you are gaining enough stimulation from your visit here to be challenged by injustice.

THE MUSEUM GARDEN
AND HOW TO GAIN A
20th CENTURY UNDERSTANDING


For an authentic, historical experience don't enter the gardens by the steps instead return to the front entrance and take the detour which Disabled people had to. As you travel the various streets of the detour, be aware of further disabling exhibits we've acquired on the streets, in the buildings you pas and the inaccessible transport as it passes. Remember though you have choice in the route you're taking so haven't actually been Disabled by this.

We can't guarantee the weather, of course, but if you're fortunate enough to have rain and, even better, cold winds whilst you're in the garden enjoy the splendid adventure of having to retrace the detour in these conditions. This often happened to Disabled people. Their excursions were explorations of difficult terrain rather than the commonplace journeys of non-disabled people's lives. Psychologists think this was the origin of non-disabled people developing such things as, mountain climbing, round the world yacht racing, pot-holing etc., to instill elements of difficulty into the banality of their normal lives.
THE MAGICAL ACCESS SIGN


SEE IF YOU CAN ACCESS ITS MAGIC.
CONCENTRATE AND TRY TO LEVITATE
TO THE UPPER FLOOR OR MOVE
THROUGH WALLS.



AND THE SIGN IN ACTION ...?
DISABLED BY PLUMBING

The waste pipe to the single toilet for Disabled people in this building is not wide enough and therefore unable to sustain regular use. (This does not apply to the multiple toilets for non-disabled people.) The toilet for Disabled people is kept locked to prevent its use.

What happens if many Disabled people decide to use this 'public’ building?
We're Disabled by inadequate plumbing. Why?

Many toilets for Disabled people are unisex. Why aren't all toilets unisex? Why do non-disabled women and men need to be differentiated yet not Disabled women and men? What does this difference suggest about attitudes?
PLAY SITUATION REVERSAL

What follows is a game constructed to support the Situation Reversal policy.

Choose if you would have been disabled by the past or enabled by it, follow the rules and use the map provided to have this situation reversed.

Only the non-disabled are specified because Disabled people here are classified as the dominant norm and therefore inhabit the position of power without the need of being made aware of who they are and where they are in the order of things.
Have you experienced difficulties in access/attitude with any facilities set up for young people? Choose a youth club on the map and make its facilities fully accessible,
Mark all such clubs and groups which are open and accessible to both Disabled and non-disabled people?
Move forward 1 space for each change.


Non-disabled Participants

You're 'special' and therefore it is okay to exclude you from clubs,
groups and facilities for young people.
Move back 4 spaces
Mark if the town hall or places where local political parties meet are accessible or otherwise.
Move forward 4 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

All places of political authority are denied to you. You're not expected to take any role in decisions made about your life or the world.
Lose 2 goes.
Have you been prevented from getting a job or interview because of access/attitude barriers?
How could this be altered? What kind of job would you like? What facilities would you require?
Would you want it near home or transport improved?
Move forward 4 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Find out from Disabled Participants how they could do your job.
Everyone involved move forward 2 spaces.
Think of a place you've travelled to.
What needs to be altered to make getting there
and spending time there easy and enjoyable?
Move forward 3 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Complex travel arrangements tire you but on arrival at your destination
you find your room is at the top of a tower and access is via rope ladder.
Spectators cannot resist watching as you climb.
Move back 2 spaces.
How many images/adverts, which you can identify with, are shown around town?
How would you change adverts?
Move 1 space for each image altered


Non-disabled Participants

Have you seen images of Disabled people other than charity models?
If you have, and Disabled Participants verify them, all involved move forward 1 space for each image, if not move back 3 spaces.

Which theatre do you use? Why? If none, say why and mark 'none' on the map.
Say what changes are needed to make a theatre suit you.
Move 1 space for each change.


Non-disabled Participants

Your experience is never shown in plays. The 'universality' of 'great art' excludes you.
You feel alienated but survive. Attempting to work in theatre you are rejected.
Move back 4 spaces.
Where do you feel uncomfortable and not welcome?
How could it be changed?
Move forward 1 space for each change.


Non-disabled Participants

Labeled everywhere you go you mislay your identity.
Move back 3 spaces.
Do you know of any interesting graffiti? Is there a poster etc. which you would like to add graffiti to? What and where would you write/draw graffiti?
Move forward 1 space for each piece of graffiti


Non-disabled Participants

Have you seen graffiti concerning Disability?
Did it present a negative or positive impression of Disabled people?
Move back 2 spaces for negative and stay where you are if positive.
What's the most recent absurd, irrelevant or personal comment made to you?
Move 1 space for each incident,


Non-disabled Participants

Life is the 'theatre of the absurd', you're a performance artist
available for the scrutiny of others at all times.
Move back 3 spaces.
Have you ever wanted to take a course or an evening class but couldn't because of transport, access or the attitude of others? Take a college or university, alter it to suit you.
Move forward 1 space for each change suggested.


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss with Disabled participants what access/attitudes need changing in educational institutions you attend/attended.
Everyone who makes suggestions move forward 1 space.
Mark buildings which it would be difficult to work in because of lack of access.
Mark those which have the access sign or limited facilities
but not total freedom of the building,
Have a second go.


Non-disabled Participants

You're grudgingly and with difficulty allowed into certain buildings as a customer but never employee. Your admittance is made much of by the company, which awards itself an honour.
Lose next go.
Make 1 to 5 rear entrances into front entrances.
Mark if rear entrance requires bell/button to be pushed and if this is difficult to do.
Move forward 1 space for each rear entrance changed to a front one.


Non-disabled Participants

Only an obscure, rear entrance is available for you. Arriving there you find
the instruction to 'ring first', from a bell which can't be reached.
Move back 2 spaces.
Which pub do you use? Are there others you'd like to use but can't?
How would you alter them?
Move forward 1 space for each pub altered.


Non-disabled Participants

Go to a pub. It only has toilets for wheelchair users; Leave after one dry white wine.
Move back 2 spaces
Are shop displays relevant to you? For instance, if you use a wheelchair
are clothes displayed to show what they appear like when sitting?
Is there enough information? How would you change displays?
Move 1 space for any suggestions


Non-disabled Participants

Have you ever seen the portrayal of Disabled people as an everyday part of life rather than charity models? If you have, and these sightings can be verified by Disabled Participants, everyone involved move forward 1 space for each portrayal, if not move back 3
Take a cinema and make it accessible and welcoming.
What are the changes to be made? Access? Attitudes?
Move forward one space for each change made


Non-disabled Participants

Going to a cinema without fire-proof suit, fire-extinguisher, hydrant and hose pipe you are considered a fire-hazard.
Ordered to leave, in front of a large queue, you lose face and next go.
Choose a cafe you would like to use but can't? How would you alter it?
Move forward the number of alterations you make


Non-disabled Participants

The cafe door narrows as you enter. Your appetite is squeezed away.
Move back 2 spaces
Take any building, re-design it to suit your needs,
Move forward 1 space for each re-design idea.


Non-disabled Participants

Take a building you can use fully but which is difficult or inaccessible for Disabled people.
Following advice of Disabled Participants decide on changes to be made.
Move back 1 space for each building thought of and 1 space for changes.
Choose how you would spend an evening out: the place; what you'd wear; transport there; and activities. Would your choice be easily fulfilled?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss your choice with Disabled participants to get a Disability perspective.
1 space for everyone involved

Where and what was the funniest incident which has happened to you,
perhaps involving non-disabled people 'helping?'
Move 1 space for each incident


Non-disabled Participants

Life is like the 'theatre of the absurd.' You're a performance artist but you get no recognition.

Move back 3 spaces turn around and move 2 spaces.

If you had to arrange a meeting or conference where would it be?
Are there other places you'd like to choose but which are inaccessible?
Mark on the map and the changes needed.
Move forward 1 space for each meeting place.


Non-disabled Participants

Arrange a meeting in an accessible place.
If you can't, move back 2 spaces.
Mark where there are automatic doors.
Add other such doors where you think they would be suitable.
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Architects thought doors spoilt the appearance of buildings therefore you can't enter any buildings, even those crucial to your life.
Move to previous position.
Have you experienced people staring at you? Is it like being famous? How does it differ?
Do they stare more in some places/countries than in others?
Suggest up to 3 ways of responding when stared at
and move forward by the same number of spaces


Non-disabled Participants

You like to conform and can't cope with being different.
Move back 3 spaces.
Have you come across examples of the absurd; for instance, automatic doors which have a notice saying they don't open when it's cold or windy?
Move forward 2 spaces for an example.


Non-disabled Participants

You're an expert on your requirements and this is ignored. However, someone who lacks such expertise, is given an award for something completely unsuitable for your requirements.
Lose next go.
What place or area would you most like to go to or enter but can't?
What changes would you make?
Move forward 3 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Choose your favourite place and find out how we are excluded.
Move 1 space for all involved
Mark any toilets which require a key or someone else to unlock them.
It would be interesting if keys had to be found to unlock all toilets
and Disabled people kept the keys.
Place up to 5 convenient conveniences and move forward 1 space for each.


Non-disabled Participants

Each toilet you try is locked.
The person with the key is never in the place you've been directed to.
You feel odd having to inform a stranger that you want to use the toilet.
Move back 3 spaces.

Take a local journey you make or would like to make.
Alter it to be: easy; interesting; safe; fully accessible.
Move forward 1 space for each change (2 spaces for 'interesting' changes)


Non-disabled Participants

Choose a local journey you frequently make.
Find out from Disabled Participants the ease of journey.
Make changes.
1 space forward for anyone involved.

Mark on the map where you'd have places for people to live?
What facilities would they have or be near to?
Would they be designed differently for various people?
Who should be involved in designing them?
Move 1 space for each suggestion.


Non-disabled Participants

Your house is designed to disable you, however you're expected to believe it's your fault.
Move back 3 places

Mark on the map anywhere you've had difficulties gaining access
with the reason given that you're a fire-hazard.
What happened and what do you think of the reason or excuse of 'fire-hazard'?
What does it feel like to be a fire-hazard?
3 moves forward.


Non-disabled Participants

By discussion with Disabled Participants,
find a place which you've enjoyed using
but we have limited use of.
Mark on map.
1 space forward for all involved.

Invent a reply to any personal question asked of you by a stranger.
Be as outrageous and imaginative as you want.
Mark on the map to liberate the spot where it, or something similar, happened to you.
Move forward 1 space for each reply.


Non-disabled Participants

Think of any intimate questions amd imagine strangers
feeling free to ask you these at any moment and in front of any one.
Feel embarrassed.
Move back 3 spaces
How would you design/re-design a clothes shop?
Consider things such as changing rooms, mirrors, lighting, seating, rails, shelves.
Would you re-arrange or arrange things differently altogether?
Move forward 1 space for each design element.


Non-disabled Participants

The changing room shrinks but you don't realise until you've revealed your all.
Move back 2 spaces.
What do you think about so called 'public' transport?
Have you had and do you have difficulties using it?
What facilities would you want for accessible, safe, comfortable
buses, trains and tubes, including bus stops and stations.
Move forward 3 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Denied access to non-public transport stay in and
miss out on jobs, entertainment, education.
Move back 3 spaces.
Choose a holiday destination, anywhere in the world.
What practical things would have to happen to make this holiday possible for you?
Move forward 1 space for each practical suggestion.


Non-disabled Participants

You don't know when you'll next have a holiday.
It's been over 20 years and you're still waiting.
Move back 2 spaces
We seem to become performers, as when non-disabled people
can't help staring whilst any simple task is done.
I expect applause, perhaps they're afraid I'll charge.
Could we amplify our performances? Not forgetting role of 'fire-hazard'.
Suggest 'performances' for non-disabled people.
1 space for each suggestion.


Non-disabled Participants

Ask Disabled Participants for a 'performance' idea to
make you more interesting and your life more challenging.
1 space forward for anyone making a performance suggestion.
Where's your favourite meeting place? Why?
Is there a place you'd like to meet but can't?
How could it be altered?
Move forward 1 space for each meeting place changed.


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss aspects of your favourite meeting place with Disabled Participants.
Would it be easy for us to use?
1 space forward for anyone involved.
Where would you like to live? What kind of housing?
Near what facilities?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Find out from Disabled Participants what would need to be changed
to make the place where you live accessible.
1 space forward for anyone involved
Have you experienced difficulties with rail transport?
What facilities would you want for accessible, comfortable, safe rail transport,
including stations, information, attitudes.
Move forward 3 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Forced off train before your destination and stranded.
Miss job interview.
Move back 2 spaces
Feel and be unsafe.
Move back 3 more
Place a monument to Disabled people on the map.
What would the monument be?
Move forward 2 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

You have a crick in your neck from looking up to all those monuments.
Move back 2 spaces.
Add extra street lighting to make an area safer.
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

You feel un-safe, stay in.
Move back 2 spaces
Where is your favourite pub? Why?
If none, say why and mark none on the map.
(Perhaps involving attitudes as well as practical issues)
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Ask Disabled Participants what they think of your favourite pub
in relation to, access, attitude etc.
Move 2 spaces back unless it gets good reviews
Make a rear entrance into a front entrance.
Move forward 1 space.


Non-disabled Participants

The steps start to disappear as you climb them.
Move back 2 space
Mark on the map a place where someone attempted to patronise you.
Mark, as well, any place you find people to be most patronising.
What strategies do you use or would you like to use?
Move forward 4 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

You are patronised by those who, in comparison with you,
are completely lacking in experience however,
their ignorance puffs up their arrogance.
Lose next go.
Sometimes even simple journeys can seem like daunting, major explorations
but where would you like to explore?
Would it be this city or another or where?
Where have you enjoyed exploring.
Move forward 2 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss your choice with Disabled Participants.
Find out their experiences of your choice.
1 space forward for anyone involved
Invent a reply to any ridiculous/absurd question you've been asked.
Be as inventive as you want.
Mark places, where any such questions have been asked.
Move forward 1 space for each inventive reply,

Non-disabled Participants

Learn from Disabled Participants how to be a diplomat,
Take 1 to 4 streets and make them accessible, interesting, enjoyable, safe.
Move forward 1 to 4 spaces according to streets altered


Non-disabled Participants

Kerbs become barriers andyou're trapped on an island of inaccessible buildings.
Re-trace root. As you do so the fine weather turns to gales.
Each attempt to get to destination follows this course.
Everywhere is closed. Re-turn home knowing tomorrow will be the same.
Move back 3 spaces
Choose any facility you would like available. Where it would be?
How you would want it designed?
Move forward 4 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

You don't use any facilities whatsoever
because you're barred by their lack of access and safety.
Move back 4 spaces.
Choose any shop and re-design it to suit you.
1 move forward for each alteration.


Non-disabled Participants

The aisles narrow and everything falls off the shelves,
Move back 2 spaces.
Can you buy the kind of clothes or shoes you want easily
from nearby shops? If not, why?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

It doesn't fit so there's 'no demand
Move back 3 spaces.
People stare and you're uncomfortable.
Move back 1 more.
Choose how you would spend an evening outL the place;
what you'd wear; means of transport; and activities/
Would your choice be easily fulfilled?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

You never dream of going out for an evening; it's too dificult and demeaning.
Move back 2 spaces.
Choose a new place for a leisure, entertainment, education centre.
What facilities would it offer?
Would it be a new building or to adapt an existing ones?
Move forward 2 spaces plus 1 for each accessible suggestions.


Non-disabled Participants

Sorry, this building is for the community and that doesn't include you.
Move back 3 spaces.
Have you experienced difficulties, in access or attitude with
any facilities set up for young people?
Choose a youth club, make its facilities fully accessible.
Mark all such clubs and groups which are open/accessible to
both Disabled and non-disabled people?
Move forward \ space for each change.


Non-disabled Participants

Not having the same desires, needs and wishes as other young people you're excluded from clubs, groups and facilities.
Move back 4 spaces.
Can you vote at your local voting station? Are you offered transport?
Do you know of any inaccessible voting buildings, mark on the map?
Move forward 4 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Lose democratic rights.
M ove back 4 spaces
Choose any building change 1 to 5 things, to make it more accessible and welcoming.
Move forward 1 to 5 spaces according to changes made


Non-disabled Participants

The building, wrapped in red tape, is listed and more important than you.
Move back 5 spaces
What's the most exciting or interesting place you've been to?
Could it be improved? Is there a place you'd like to go to but can't? How could it be changed?
Move forward 2 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss your choice with Disabled Participants.
Find out what would need to be altered to make it available to us.
Everyone involved move forward 2 spaces
Which cafe do you prefer? Why?
If none, say why and mark 'none' on the map.
Alter up to 3 cafes.
Move 1 space for each cafe changed.


Non-disabled Participants

Name 3 accessible cafes.
Discuss the accessibility of your choice.
Move back 1 space for each accessible cafe not named.
Select a restaurant or area where there are restaurants. How would you like it designed?
What facilities? (Perhaps lighter cutlery, higher tables, clearer menus etc.)
Move forward 1 space for each change.


Non-disabled Participants

Offered garden implements, hand fork and trowel, to eat your meal with lose your appetite.
Move back 2 spaces.
Have you been prevented from getting a job or interview
because of access/attitude barriers?
How could this be altered? What kind of job would you like?
What facilities would you require?
Would you want it near home or transport improved?
Move forward 4 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Waiting for employers to be 'persuaded,'
rather than legislation being passed so you can't be discriminated
against, you receive your retirement pension.
Move back 4 spaces
Alter 1 to 5 disabling aspects of this building,
Move forward 1 to 5 spaces according to number of changes suggested.


Non-disabled Participants

Are there steps into this building, the building where you work? How many?
Assuming you're wrong, move back 2 spaces. (Life's not fair is it?)
Which club do you prefer? Why? If none, say why and mark 'none' on the map.
Alter up to 3 clubs to suit you.
Move 1 space for each club changed.


Non-disabled Participants

Name 2 accessible clubs. Discuss the accessibility of your choice.
Move back 2 spaces if you can't
Take a place you've traveled to.
What needs to be altered to make getting there
and spending time there, easy and enjoyable?
Move forward 3 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Take a place you've traveled to and find out from
Disabled Participants what would have excluded us.
What changes would be needed?
1 space forward for all involved.
Invent your own mapping play-card


Non-disabled Participants

Ask a Disabled Participant to invent this card
Have you had unpleasant experiences in shops? Where?
Would you like assistants to react differently and other customers?
What needs to be changed?
Move forward 1 space for each change connected with an unpleasant experience.


Non-disabled Participants

With the help of Disabled participants compare your experience
of going shopping with those of Disabled people.
In what ways are they similar and what ways different,
including transport, attitude, choice etc?
2 moves forward for anyone who's involved.

I enjoy the freedom which automatic doors give me,
no more waiting on the actions of others.
What aspect or facility of building or place means something similar to you?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Overloaded by constant design faults in your environment
you move back to previous position.

Choose a car parking area and make it easier, safer.
1 forward move for each suggested change.


Non-disabled Participants

You search for space labeled, non-Disabled parking but cannot find so return home.
Move back 1 space.
We have an access sign. Why?
Shouldn't we just be able to assume and have the rights to toilets
and access to a building and so on?
Take 3 buildings or facilities, make them easily and fully accessible.
Move 3 places.


Non-disabled Participants

Get Disabled participants to take 3 facilities or buildings
and give them special 'non-disabled' areas and signs.
1 space for all involved.
Mark on the map where you'd have places for people to live?
What facilities would they have or be near to?
Would they be designed differently for various people?
Who should be involved in designing them?
Move 1 space for each suggestion.


Non-disabled Participants

Your house is designed to disable you,
however you're expected to believe it's your fault.
Move back 3 places
Take an inaccessible school and make it accessible.
What facilities would you have?
Move forward 1 space for each change


Non-disabled Participants

Discuss the accessibility and attitudes prevalent in
your school or the school you attended.
Everyone involved move forward 2 spaces.
Where would you like to explore?
Where have you enjoyed exploring?
Move forward 2 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Every journey is like a major exploration.
Feel tired from grappling with your local environment and
stay put your next 2 goes.
What and where did the most disturbing discrimination occur,
perhaps in a shop, job interview, railway station?
Have another throw of the dice.


Non-disabled Participants

Voices shout at you that you will be allowed to burn to death
if you attempt to sit in any place other than that designated for an object.
Lose next go
What places do you like and feel the most relaxed?
Why? Could it be improved in any way?
Move forward 2 spaces


Non-disabled Participants

Find out from Disabled Participants if your choice
would suit us and how it would need changing.
Everyone involved move forward 2 spaces.
Have you experienced images of disability you don't like?
Have you ever felt upset and/'or angry after seeing an advert or poster?
Where? What kind of images would you want?
Move forward 4 spaces.


Non-disabled Participants

Organisations, not controlled by you, decide to have poster campaigns
which denigrate you thus preventing your getting employment etc.
However they gain salaries for themselves.
Move back 4 places
THANK YOU FOR VISITING
THIS DISABLING THEME PARK


There are many such theme parks throughout the world or, to be more accurate, the world is one large disabling theme park. We hope you have gained enough stimulation from your visit to be challenged by injustice.