New Spiderman video game has a Black deaf character, sign-acted (with supplemental voice acting) by a deaf actor, with additional deaf consultants to hopefully avoid obvious abled and English-centric mistakes in the portrayal.
At the end, where the article talks about that voice acting of the signed conversations, the writer says its "for players with low visibility."
I couldn't stop giggling at this. I told my boyfriend "I'm not blind, I just have low visibility! Am I transparent? Can you see me?"
He said "yeah, Gary has low visibility," because Gary is sleeping under a blanket right now.
Just...say "blind." Say "visually impaired." Say "disabled." Don't be afraid. Talking around it is so much worse.
Maybe it's because I'm bisexual. Bisexuals are well known for being invisible. We have only one day of visibility a year!
Me, confused, looking around: Where is this toot coming from???
@celesteh oooOOOooOOOooo I am a spooky ghost! 👻!
@error_1202 i think they make vests to fix low visibility
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