Opinion

Read Tim's poem about regarding his stammer as something that doesn't need to be cured.
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Read Alyia's article
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Ezra argues that we should stop equating 'good communication' with speaking fluently if we are to stop marginalising people who stammer.
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James, our regular US contributor, explains the reaction some people give when he stammers, and the time when he received 'the look' from the unlikeliest place.
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What makes something perfect? Tom argues that society should change its definition of beauty to embrace stammered voices.
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Amber writes about noticing a shift in the way the media is talking about stammering.
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In a follow up to his last article, James, our regular contributor from the US, explains why it's important to show grace to others and to yourself.
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John, co-founder of the new online group 'Stammering & Spirituality Safe Space' tells us about its story so far.
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Wondering what the experience is like for other people when he stammers, Tom decided to ask his friends how they feel. Find out what both sides learnt in his enlightening article.
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Susan tells us about learning to openly acknowledge her stammer and what helped along the way, and wonders if she feels proud of it. 
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Frankie Oldham talks about the barriers he faces as an aspiring actor with a stammer and how facing his fears of stammering on stage has helped him.
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Esther, a law professional who stammers, and Jennifer, a speech and language therapist, tell us how people going through the criminal justice system with speech, language and communication needs can be disadvantaged, and what should be done about it.
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