History PlayingWith / InspirationallyDisadvantaged

15th Feb '16 8:02:50 AM Kindle4Light
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* '''Exploited''': ???

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* '''Exploited''': ???Alice claims how Bob (who has no disability) is an inspiration to all as a form of StealthInsult.
10th Oct '14 2:33:04 PM EnglishGuruLady
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** The daily activities of a disabled person is written up as front-page news ''because'' that person has a disability.

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** The daily activities of a disabled person is are written up as front-page news ''because'' that person has a disability.



** Alice leads a movement aiming to disabled people.

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** Alice leads a movement aiming to aimed toward disabled people.
8th Oct '14 2:46:07 PM 313Bluestreak
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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice moving on her own causes people to come around for miles.
* The daily activities of a disabled person is written up as front-page news ''because'' that person has a disability.

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* '''Exaggerated''': '''Exaggerated''':
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Alice moving on her own causes people to come around for miles.
* ** The daily activities of a disabled person is written up as front-page news ''because'' that person has a disability.
8th Oct '14 2:45:37 PM 313Bluestreak
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* '''Downplayed''': Alice leads a movement aiming to disabled people.

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* '''Downplayed''': '''Downplayed''':
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Alice leads a movement aiming to disabled people.



* '''Parodied''': Alice's wheelchair is the source of everyone's inspiration, not Alice herself. Anyone who sits in the wheelchair will automatically be revealed as a hero.

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* '''Parodied''': '''Parodied''':
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Alice's wheelchair is the source of everyone's inspiration, not Alice herself. Anyone who sits in the wheelchair will automatically be revealed as a hero.



* '''Averted''': Alice and Bob are both shown as normal characters, not particularly wiser or any more talented than anyone else in the cast, and story arcs that have nothing to do with their disabilities.

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* '''Averted''': '''Averted''':
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Alice and Bob are both shown as normal characters, not particularly wiser or any more talented than anyone else in the cast, and story arcs that have nothing to do with their disabilities.
8th Oct '14 1:26:45 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice moving on her own causes people to come around for miles.

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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice moving on her own causes people to come around for miles.miles.
* The daily activities of a disabled person is written up as front-page news ''because'' that person has a disability.



**Alice has at least one unusual talent that inspires people on its own, and just happens to have a disability too. Everyone focuses more on the talent.



** Alice or Bob come from [[AbusiveParents families that think disabled kids are useless]], so the fact that they live their lives in a positive manner actually is inspiring to people.

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** Alice or Bob come from [[AbusiveParents families that think disabled kids are useless]], so the fact that they live their lives in a positive manner actually is inspiring to people.people.
**Alice or Bob's parents expect them to inspire people and have perpetually good attitudes, so they do, to please Mom and Dad.
**Alice or Bob got the disability in an unusually inspiring way, such as through being a Marine and saving a buddy from a car bomb.



* '''Parodied''': Alice's wheelchair is the source of everyone's inspiration, not Alice herself. Anyone who sits in the wheelchair will automatically be reviled as a hero.

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* '''Parodied''': Alice's wheelchair is the source of everyone's inspiration, not Alice herself. Anyone who sits in the wheelchair will automatically be reviled revealed as a hero.hero.
** Bob sucked at everything before he obtained his disability. Now he's TheAce--star student, great Paralympic athlete, and FriendToAllLivingThings with a hot girlfriend.
**Until they obtain disabilities, everyone in Troperville sucks at everything.
8th Oct '14 1:21:04 PM EnglishGuruLady
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** Alice is an EvilCripple plotting to take over the world and make everyone unable to walk so they'll be just as miserable as she is.

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** Alice is an EvilCripple plotting to take over the world and make everyone unable to walk so they'll be just as miserable as she is. is.
**Everybody in Troperville is disabled, so what's the big deal? And/or, the ''non-disabled'' are the ones treated as InspirationallyDisadvantaged.
8th Oct '14 1:17:47 PM EnglishGuruLady
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** Bob is a perfectionist, and a member of a local sports league that focuses on the disabled.

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** Bob is a perfectionist, and a member of a local sports league that focuses on the disabled.disabled.
**Alice or Bob come from [[AbusiveParents families that think disabled kids are useless]], so the fact that they live their lives in a positive manner actually is inspiring to people.



**Alice or Bob respond to remarks about their inspiration with DeadpanSnarker attitudes.



* '''Averted''': Alice and Bob are both shown as normal characters, not particularly wiser or any more talented than anyone else in the cast, and story arcs that have nothing to do with their disabilities.
* '''Enforced''': ???

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* '''Averted''': Alice and Bob are both shown as normal characters, not particularly wiser or any more talented than anyone else in the cast, and story arcs that have nothing to do with their disabilities.disabilities.
**Alice and Bob are not inspiring at all; in fact, they regularly employ DisabilityAsAnExcuseForJerkassery.
**Alice is an EvilCripple plotting to take over the world and make everyone unable to walk so they'll be just as miserable as she is.

* '''Enforced''': ???"This show isn't just inspirational enough - let's put in a disabled character."



* '''Defied''': ???
* '''Discussed''': ???

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* '''Defied''': ???
Bob's parents raise him to think that his disability is not inspiring and he is not anymore special than anyone else, because they don't want their son to be a stereotype.
* '''Discussed''': ???"Everybody acts like it's a big deal every time Alice breathes, just because she's in a wheelchair."
31st Mar '14 4:29:14 PM despairchihiro
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* '''Exaggerated''': ???
* '''Downplayed''': ???

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* '''Exaggerated''': ???
Alice moving on her own causes people to come around for miles.
* '''Downplayed''': ???Alice leads a movement aiming to disabled people.



* '''Parodied''': ???
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???

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* '''Parodied''': ???
Alice's wheelchair is the source of everyone's inspiration, not Alice herself. Anyone who sits in the wheelchair will automatically be reviled as a hero.
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???Alice is morally grey and performs acts that would not be considered moral while disabled, but people still treat her like an amazing influence.
15th Mar '14 1:07:32 AM vifetoile
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** As with '''Deconstructed,''' Alice and Bob's disabilities aren't vague and formless. Also, they both have a complete visible life ''outside'' of their disability, or else there'll be a very good reason why.

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** As with '''Deconstructed,''' Alice and Bob's disabilities aren't vague and formless. Also, they both have a complete complete, visible life ''outside'' of their disability, or else there'll be a very good reason why.
14th Mar '14 10:34:39 PM vifetoile
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* '''Averted''': ???

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* '''Averted''': ???Alice and Bob are both shown as normal characters, not particularly wiser or any more talented than anyone else in the cast, and story arcs that have nothing to do with their disabilities.



** Bob, an average-caliber athlete, enters in an athletics competition, hoping that the fact that he's performing as well as the other athletes, but ''on crutches!'', will give him an edge.

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** Bob, an average-caliber athlete, enters in an athletics competition, hoping that that, in the judges' eyes, the fact that he's performing as well as the other athletes, but ''on crutches!'', will give him an edge.
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