Written by: Dominick at 6:07 pm
It’s approaching two years (next spring) since I wrote about struggles in the Motion Pictures program at Wright State. You can check out my original post here. At that time, our professor had taken a hiatus and we had a temporary professor, who stopped returning my emails after I experienced taunting and torment by a [...]
Written by: Dominick at 7:59 pm
For those of you who know me, you most likely know my son, Robert, has Aspergers. He’s a teenager, and as he’s grown he has faced many new challenges. One of Robert’s biggest battles has been against technology addiction. Addiction to technology, primarily computer use and video games, has been an ongoing struggle for Robert. [...]
Written by: Dominick at 3:22 pm
A positive message about determination in the face of adversity.
Written by: Dominick at 9:30 pm
A look at how having chronic pain has affected my life.
Written by: Dominick at 4:01 am
RIP…you will be missed.
Written by: Dominick at 8:00 pm
This isn’t about anything I’ve done or even protecting Willie. Keeping my grandfather from me is pure selfishness and bigotry. The cruelty continues as Willie continues to hang on and I still am unable to talk to him.
Written by: Dominick at 12:24 pm
Why I believe gender stereotyping only seeks to create problems. We are all unique. We are not defined by what we like, but rather who we are and how we feel. Let us rejoice in what people enjoy not castigate them for enjoying!
Written by: Dominick at 1:47 am
Garden Station is a community garden in Dayton, Ohio. I was invited to a facebook group to Save Garden Station and some friends want me to work on a video about it because a great injustice is occurring there. The city of Dayton made an agreement to allow the space to be turned into a [...]
Written by: Dominick at 12:52 pm
My birth family hates me. They hate me enough to make sure I’m on a list to be denied information about my grandfather and to be denied information on his whereabouts. They hate me enough to keep me from my Hospice room. They hate me so much they are willing to go against a dying man’s wishes of peace in his family and the right to see a grandchild he loves.
Written by: Dominick at 2:33 am
A new generation of people with disabilities is emerging and I believe many of them are more willing to ignore the condescending nature of our able-bodied society. This is why I believe that is dangerous.