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To me, it seemed like Riley was trying to explain that being "disabled" or having a "disability" is just so broad; regardless of how the media attempts to portray disability(ies), there will always be someone who dislikes or claims that it is discriminating against disabled persons. It seems no one can win, regardless of whether the media genuinely wants to help the cause. Therefore, should there be a universal definition or understanding of "disability" or being "disabled"? Will this help solve this issue? But then how do you overcome the issue of reaching everyone who most likely has very different views on the matter?

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