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broken bone: spacehumans-inspace Humans are ADAPTABLE. As FUCK. Just because something happens to a limb, or part of the body, or a sense, it doesn't actually mean anything. Loose a limb? Put a new one on. Broken bone split open the skin? Pop it back into place and stitch it up. Paralyzed/ physically incapacitated? Wheelchair. Heart problems? Here's a new one. Or, even better, a ROBOT one. Blind? Well, who's to say we don't just outright develop echolocation? Humans are are amazing at adapting to situations that would totally ruin or kill any amount of other species Our adaptability and ingenuity in the application of tools and aides set us apart from other alien species, because who else, apart from stubborn, mad geniuses, would think 'right, something's broken beyond all repair? Or even gone completely? We can sort that out. "Right. So, you're telling me, that you lost BOTH of your legs in war, and instead of dying because you've lost half your body, you just... stuck new ones on?" "Basically, yeah. They're bio-mechanical and detachable. Wanna see?" "Wait, you're paralyzed from the waist down? But surely that's enough of an excuse to... stop working? Rest? You're stuck in that wheeled contraption! Isn't that horrendously awkward and tiring?" "Stuck? Dude, if I didn't have a wheelchair, THEN I'd be stuck. It can be awkward, sure, when places don't have ramps and wide enough doors and stuff, but apart from that, the chair lets me... be free again. It allows me to move and be a contributing human being again. Just, yknow. I've got wheels instead of legs." "You're blind? Wait, if you can't see, then why are you on this ship? Our visually impaired never pass even the first level of clearance Well, I'm hardly a navigator, am I? I'm a translator, I don't need to see. I can speak five earth languages and seven alien languages, and I can get around perfectlyI fine, thank you very much. Besides, that's why l've got my cane "But... you can't see? How can you read?" "Braille, mate. Besides, nobody writes anymore. It's all audio or that brain transmission telepathy shit anyway. "Your crewmate appears to act differently to most other humans I've encountered?" "Oh, Alec? He's lovely. He's got this thing called Aspergers, and whilst there's nothing technically wrong with him, it just means he... he processes things differently to someone without it. He doesn't understand jokes or sarcasm or anything, but he's really kind, and has an amazing green thumb. He tends to the onboard gardens." Right, so I've tried to make a little bit of disability positivity in this little drabble here. If anything I've written here upsets anyone, or appears as incorrect, I apologize sincerely! 2,474 notas positive-memes 99+ Humans are beautiful
 broken bone: spacehumans-inspace
 Humans are ADAPTABLE. As FUCK. Just because
 something happens to a limb, or part of the body, or
 a sense, it doesn't actually mean anything. Loose a
 limb? Put a new one on. Broken bone split open the
 skin? Pop it back into place and stitch it up. Paralyzed/
 physically incapacitated? Wheelchair. Heart problems?
 Here's a new one. Or, even better, a ROBOT one. Blind?
 Well, who's to say we don't just outright develop
 echolocation? Humans are are amazing at adapting to
 situations that would totally ruin or kill any amount of
 other species
 Our adaptability and ingenuity in the application of
 tools and aides set us apart from other alien species,
 because who else, apart from stubborn, mad geniuses,
 would think 'right, something's broken beyond all repair?
 Or even gone completely? We can sort that out.
 "Right. So, you're telling me, that you lost BOTH of your
 legs in war, and instead of dying because you've lost
 half your body, you just... stuck new ones on?"
 "Basically, yeah. They're bio-mechanical and
 detachable. Wanna see?"
 "Wait, you're paralyzed from the waist down? But surely
 that's enough of an excuse to... stop working? Rest?
 You're stuck in that wheeled contraption! Isn't that
 horrendously awkward and tiring?"
 "Stuck? Dude, if I didn't have a wheelchair, THEN I'd be
 stuck. It can be awkward, sure, when places don't have
 ramps and wide enough doors and stuff, but apart from
 that, the chair lets me... be free again. It allows me to
 move and be a contributing human being again. Just,
 yknow. I've got wheels instead of legs."
 "You're blind? Wait, if you can't see, then why are you on
 this ship? Our visually impaired never pass even the first
 level of clearance
 Well, I'm hardly a navigator, am I? I'm a translator, I
 don't need to see. I can speak five earth languages and
 seven alien languages, and I can get around perfectlyI
 fine, thank you very much. Besides, that's why l've got
 my cane
 "But... you can't see? How can you read?"
 "Braille, mate. Besides, nobody writes anymore. It's all
 audio or that brain transmission telepathy shit anyway.
 "Your crewmate appears to act differently to most other
 humans I've encountered?"
 "Oh, Alec? He's lovely. He's got this thing called
 Aspergers, and whilst there's nothing technically
 wrong with him, it just means he... he processes
 things differently to someone without it. He doesn't
 understand jokes or sarcasm or anything, but he's really
 kind, and has an amazing green thumb. He tends to the
 onboard gardens."
 Right, so I've tried to make a little bit of disability
 positivity in this little drabble here. If anything I've
 written here upsets anyone, or appears as incorrect, I
 apologize sincerely!
 2,474 notas
 positive-memes
 99+
Humans are beautiful

Humans are beautiful

broken bone: Swaroup Anand, 23, was awake during cardiac surgery performed at the Bangalore Fortis Hospital, in India. This is my story and not the guys in the meme. A few month ago I had a broken bone and went in for surgery. I woke up during the operation, definitely the most frightening feeling I have felt, trying to communicate but physically not being able, I couldn't move or open my eyes. I could hear everything the doctors were saying and felt everything they were doing but without the pain just pressure and discomfort. I was panicking in my own mind and kept thinking to myself there is no way I can go through this entire opp without them knowing I'm awake. Mentally I knew I had to calm myself down. I noticed that my diaphragm was moving as I was breathing so I held my breath as this was the only thing I could think of doing to give the doctors some indication that I could feel and hear what was happening. This worked, they noticed, as after the only thing I remember was waking up. My body just doesn't seem to take anaesthetics and medications very well. The nurse told me afterwards that whilst they thought I was sleeping he noticed a tear running down my cheek and from that knew something wasn't right as he had never seen this before. He cried himself for me, after I explained to him the whole of their conversations that I had heard. The whole medical staff were obviously very apologetic and couldn't understand how it had happened but it happened. So when I say mind always over matter I mean MIND OVER MATTER no matter what😉✌️❤️ oh and the guy in the meme his surgery was a planned local anaesthetic to show how far open heart surgery has come, kind of like a C section some of us lady's have to go through❤️
 broken bone: Swaroup Anand, 23, was awake during
 cardiac surgery performed at the
 Bangalore Fortis Hospital, in India.
This is my story and not the guys in the meme. A few month ago I had a broken bone and went in for surgery. I woke up during the operation, definitely the most frightening feeling I have felt, trying to communicate but physically not being able, I couldn't move or open my eyes. I could hear everything the doctors were saying and felt everything they were doing but without the pain just pressure and discomfort. I was panicking in my own mind and kept thinking to myself there is no way I can go through this entire opp without them knowing I'm awake. Mentally I knew I had to calm myself down. I noticed that my diaphragm was moving as I was breathing so I held my breath as this was the only thing I could think of doing to give the doctors some indication that I could feel and hear what was happening. This worked, they noticed, as after the only thing I remember was waking up. My body just doesn't seem to take anaesthetics and medications very well. The nurse told me afterwards that whilst they thought I was sleeping he noticed a tear running down my cheek and from that knew something wasn't right as he had never seen this before. He cried himself for me, after I explained to him the whole of their conversations that I had heard. The whole medical staff were obviously very apologetic and couldn't understand how it had happened but it happened. So when I say mind always over matter I mean MIND OVER MATTER no matter what😉✌️❤️ oh and the guy in the meme his surgery was a planned local anaesthetic to show how far open heart surgery has come, kind of like a C section some of us lady's have to go through❤️

This is my story and not the guys in the meme. A few month ago I had a broken bone and went in for surgery. I woke up during the operatio...