Introduction: A Brief History of the R-Word, What It’s Like to Be Shamed for How You Speak
The R-word was coined as a term for people who have impaired intellectual function, but it starts to become more and more common in conversation and regular usage. It became the word used to describe not just “retarded,” but anyone with any type of mental or physical condition that is different. It is used in regular conversation, because we live in a society that worships normalcy.
In fact, it is so common, the term “special” is used to describe the non-disabled community. It has even been used to describe people who are considered “cool,” as in special needs being a positive thing. As our society’s obsession with ‘normal’ness grows, there are two opposing movements forming: The stigma that surrounds mental health, and the rejection of normality by those with different abilities or conditions.
Normality does not exist in nature; it is a man-made construction. One thing that needs to be understood is how people naturally develop. We are born as children with the ability to learn, and we continue to change throughout our lives, growing steadily into what we want to become. Children who struggle with learning will grow up more slowly, those who are gifted do so much faster.
Today in 2019, Emily Is Still Fighting The Prejudice Against Her Name
The R-word has become so common that it’s even used to describe people with a disability. The R-word used by her peers was a term of “cool” to define anyone with any kind of disability as someone well above their level. “Retarded” quickly became a trendy word, which was used as a derogatory term to people with Down Syndrome or any other condition that made them different.
She never once saw an article about Nicolas Cage’s daughter in the acting world, which was written because she was beaten and punched out by her mom on the day of her auditions. She never heard anyone refer to her as anything other than “special” or “talented”. She loved how people always had a kind word to say about her talents and that they would always play around with them. This was Emily Ratajkowski, a high school senior with Down Syndrome who landed her first magazine cover.
This is Emily Ratajkowski, a high school senior with Down Syndrome who landed her first magazine cover.
Emily Ratajkowski was born in Massachusetts. Her mom and dad were both in the photography industry and eventually met each other on an assignment in Los Angeles. Emily grew up in Southern California but had to leave because of her parents’ careers. They moved to Japan but only stayed there for a year because they couldn’t get along with the people and had to move again. Emily went to four different schools before she graduated high school.
There are Three Different Pronunciations For Emily Ratajkowski—But Which One Is Correct?
Emily Ratajkowski took this word, which was originally coined to be insensitive and hurtful to people with disabilities, and made it into an empowering statement. The R-word has now become a cool word of empowerment for women who are different. It’s the opposite of anyone who is slow. This word has now become a synonym for anyone who is independent. The R-word has made it into the vocabulary of many different people, including people with disabilities who are independent. That’s because Emily Ratajkowski took this word and turned it into something positive.
This word was first popularized through the “Girls” episode “On The Road,” in which Lena (Lena Dunham) says to her friend, “I don’t like slow people. They’re not fun.” She’s referring to Marissa (Maile Flanagan), who is snooty and a little bit slow. It’s not just a word that’s popularized on “Girls,” though. The word has been a part of the English language since the early 1800s, and it originally referred to someone who is slow on their feet.
But now that it has been appropriated by feminists, people with disabilities and anyone else who wants to use it as an empowering term, people are going around saying Emily Ratajkowski isnt quite ready off when they mean “she’s not ready yet. It’s a new euphemism, which is a word that has been adopted by a group of people to replace their real word. This use of the “R-word” was first used by someone who is disabled to empower themselves while they are still in their own body.
The Pronunciation That Has Been Debated for Years and Needs To Stop Now
But unfortunately, the R-word still has different pronunciations. There are three different pronunciations for Emily Ratajkowski—isnt, it’s/it’s, or iz/iz/yet. Which one is correct? Two of them are acceptable standard pronunciations, but most people have only heard one. In this article, we will teach you how to pronounce the name and how you shouldn’t, so that you’ll never make the mistake of mispronouncing Emily Ratajkowski again. Read more after the break.
All three pronunciations are acceptable standard pronunciations when talking about the Emily Ratajkowski who is, or isnt, a model. The first pronunciation—isnt—is what most people are taught and default to. The other two pronunciations, however, should be avoided: yet/iz/it’s. Both of these versions of her name are extremely rarely heard in speech (and should be avoided in writing) and were coined by linguists to help with pronunciation advice.
“It’s is a contraction of it is, meaning that it is,” Geoffrey Pullum, an associate professor of linguistics at the University of Edinburgh, told Vocabulary.com. “To add the apostrophe and tilde you do not need to contract [‘s] or add [s]—i.e., ‘it’s’ but ‘its.'”
RULE: The R-word is pronounced iz/iz/yet. It is acceptable to pronounce it as iz in conversation and it’s for official purposes. But never say “it’s” because that is not a correct pronunciation and doing so can be misconstrued as making fun of people with disabilities, which would make you look bad in front of people with disabilities.
CONCLUSION: The R-word is pronounced iz/iz/yet. It is acceptable to pronounce it as iz in conversation and it’s for official purposes. But never say “it’s” because that is not a correct pronunciation and doing so can be misconstrued as making fun of people with disabilities, which would make you look bad in front of people with disabilities.
The R-word is pronounced iz/iz/yet. It is acceptable to pronounce it as iz in conversation and it’s for official purposes. But never say “it’s” because that is not a correct pronunciation and doing so can be misconstrued as making fun of people with disabilities, which would make you look bad in front of people with disabilities.