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‘No, Really.’ is a humor-with-heart comic strip series on PUSHLiving.com by artist/disability advocate Jennifer Latham Robinson about life with a disability. 

I tend to simultaneously deal with the struggle in two ways: to really dive into the deep, dark emotion with music, and then with humor.  That’s where the comic strip comes in. “No, Really.” is that moment after you tell a joke that is, at its heart, a story of genuine struggle.  That’s the kind of humor that I enjoy most.

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Framed Disability Humor poster by Comic Jennifer Latham Robinson

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Jennifer Latham Robinson

Jennifer Latham Robinson is an author, artist, musician, advocate, and entrepreneur with a passion for exploring the disability experience through her work. Since 1999 she’s been working with medical facilities to improve the experience for people new to limb loss. Jennifer was born with a birth anomaly called bilateral femoral focal deficiency, where the hips and legs do not completely form. She has alternated between using a prosthesis, a wheelchair, and crutches, since she was two years old. Jennifer lives in Durham, North Carolina with her husband, two amazing daughters, a dog, two guinea pigs, and a fish. Their favorite family activity is listening to records while creating art together at the dinner table.

Her disability art www.jenniferlathamrobinson.com

Her dolls www.outsiderdolls.com

Her wearable art www.ditchframe.com

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