Do you know the correct answer? ;)
- She's disabledVote A
- She has a disabilityVote B
Most Helpful Guy
Both are incorrect ! She is pretty beautiful deserve all the love1
Most Helpful Girl
Not this bullshit...
" let's compare a disability to any other thing that can happen to you, like a broken leg.
It wouldn't be right to say "she is a broken leg" because that broken leg doesn't define you as a person. You are not your disability you have a disability."
You can't say someone IS a broken leg, cause that's totally not an adjective. However, disabled is, and thus, can be used to describe a person.
We need to stop being a bunch of pansy asses who get offended by everything. If you hear "she's disabled" and take that to mean that she's nothing but a disability, that's a failure on your part.
"She has a disability" what if I wanna cry and say "but she has MORE than just a disability!" What phrase do we use then?0