For many people, when they think of the body positivity movement, ‘disability’ isn’t something that quickly comes to mind, nor does disability culture and pride, in an overtly ableist society. Certain positive phrases and environments often lean on health as a reason to love our bodies. I’m confronted with statements like: “Love your body! It works so hard, filling your lungs, keeping your heart in rhythm, you have legs to run and arms to embrace…”. I always think, “And if we didn’t have those things... should we NOT love our bodies?” Things like that are a reminder of how disability is often not considered and is actively erased in body positive spaces.