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Editor's picks 2002-2011

Damon Rose at a production meeting
by Damon Rose

Ouch! launch editor Damon shares his favourite articles and moments of the first nine years of Ouch!

Charlie Swinbourne's mouth and nose

The lip reading challenge

by Charlie Swinbourne

Hearing impaired Charlie Swinbourne taught himself to lip read but recently took a few lessons to try and improve.

Tanny Grey-Thompson on her wedding day.

My big fat inclusive wedding

by Emma Tracey

Four disabled brides remember the unique touches that made their wedding day so special.

A close up image of a computer keyboard.

Social networking, the disabled view

by Emma Tracey

Four social network savvy disabled people talk about how they use sites like Twitter and Facebook in their daily lives.

Disability Bitch

Disability Bitch

Every Thursday, DB tackles topics with the subtlety of a sledgehammer.

Motley Zoo

A close-up view of an Andre Jordan doodle

Welcome to doodler Andre Jordan's wonderful world of disabled animals.

Top Ten

A colourful number 10

Not-so-serious disability-related countdowns. Send us yours too!

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