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Based on the hugely successful unscripted format from ABC Australia, You Can't Ask That offers individuals whose lives are often marginalized or misunderstood the opportunity to speak for themselves and share their experiences, yielding raw, and often surprising, insights. The series gives the platform to those living with a disability, with eight themed episodes featuring different individuals throughout.
With different reasons for using a wheelchair we meet Canadians from all across the country who tell us about what it's like to be a wheelchair user.
Often mocked and stigmatized for their disability, our participants with Tourette syndrome answer questions about what life is like living with what is often mistakenly called "the swearing disease".
From all walks of life, the visually impaired we meet in this episode answer questions about what it is like to navigate the world without sight and the answers are very enlightening.
People with high-functioning autism face stigma and judgement, often because their disability is "invisible"-showing no outward signs.
Through accident, illness or genetics, people with limb differences learn to adapt and be resilient. Because their disability is so visible, they receive a lot of attention.
Little People are a highly visible group who face a great deal of social stigma and curiosity. In this episode, they explain what it's like to live in a world that sees them as "disabled".
A genetic disorder causes Down syndrome and the Canadians we meet in this episode give us a heart-warming and candid view into the lives of people with Down syndrome.
For many with facial difference, life can be very hard. Often with no other disability, they still face discrimination and prejudice because of the way they look.
Insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to be transgender.
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