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Taking the Edge Off: Navigating an Ableist Pandemic Through Mixology

Taking the Edge Off: Navigating an Ableist Pandemic Through Mixology

 

Mary Frances Layden 

 

Sometimes a cocktail just takes the edge off.  

During lockdown, in the early days of the pandemic, my family and I sheltered in place in New York City. Hospital beds were thrown together in Central Park, cases skyrocketed beyond belief and prediction; it was, admittedly, a terrifying place to be for someone high risk like myself. My sisters and I

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Originally published as Taking the Edge Off: Navigating an Ableist Pandemic Through Mixology at The Disability Visibility Project

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