GeekDis: A month-long discussion of disability representation in pop culture. The image shows a living room. On the wall, there is a large banner that reads: "Geek Dis. An open discussion on disability representation in pop culture". The room is furnished with a television and television cabinet along the back wall in the left corner and further to the right along the back wall is a bookshelf. Next to the bookshelf are a pair of crutches leaning against the wall. To the right of the room is a wheelchair with a vibrantly decorated wheel hub. To the left of the room is a teal exercise ball. In the middle of the room is a rectangle coffee table. On the coffee table and the bookshelf, there are a variety of medical supplies that a disabled person might use, such as medication, an ostomy bag, migraine head patches and an inhaler. In the background, a ginger cat sits at a window surrounded by blue curtains with white stars on them.

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