Samantha Renke

How Accessible Is The Beauty World To Those With Disabilities ?

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    By Amelia Abraham in Dazed Digital. DISABILITY CAMPAIGNER SAM RENKE, BEAUTY YOUTUBER KAITLYN DOBROW, AND THE CHARITY SCOPE SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS ON HOW THE INDUSTRY CAN DO BETTER For Sam Renke, who has osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bones disease, make-up is not a mask but a way to express herself. “Fashion and beauty […]

Socialising As A Disabled Person Can Mean Forking Out £70 For Brunch

Samantha Renke

    By Samantha Renke in the Metro.   If you think we live in an equal society, ask yourself this: have you ever payed £70 to eat brunch? This is exactly what happened to me just the other week. Besides work I’ve found myself socialising less and less over the past years. In part […]

Don’t Assume I Have A Carer Just Because I’m Disabled

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  By Samantha Renke in The Metro.   Sometimes people ask me if I have a carer – a question which I find highly inappropriate, ableist and offensive. Still, let’s clear this up: I live alone in London, but I do have a young woman who works for me. I don’t call her a carer, […]

Disabled Actress Samantha Renke – What Does Accessibility Mean To You ?

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By Samantha Renke in AccessAble.   With almost 14 million disabled people living in the UK and as the fastest growing minority group, creating a world that is more accessible has never been more prevalent. Not to mention that excluding the disabled people from the consumer market is a big financial mistake as disabled people […]

Disability Comes With An Extortionate And Shocking Price Tag

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  By Samantha Renke in the Metro.   Do you ever get the feeling you’re being ripped off? Paying over the odds is something every disabled person encounters. Time and time again, we are faced with eye-watering prices for ‘basic’ products and equipment that are labelled as ‘disability’ or ‘specialist’ but have a price tag that is […]

Disabled People Already Fight Battles Every Day. Making Us Prove We Need Benefits Is Almost Inhumane

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  By Samantha Renke in The Metro.   Living with a disability in the UK today means living in a state of perpetual fear, feeling unheard, patronised and at times like a burden – and it can take a huge toll on your mental health. I was born with a genetic condition called Osteogenesis Impefecta […]

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