An example is the “slut march” in the #MeToo movement and, hey, Crips in Cars has an outrageously cool ring to it.
The episode I really like is Buckwheat and Don McKenzie. Buckwheat is a massively gregarious drag queen and Don McKenzie is a petite physiotherapist who is blind.
What I really liked about this episode was the wind was taken out of Buckwheat’s flamboyant sail, away along with the visual impact of his cacophonic stage outfit, with Don’s lack of vision. Wow! Talk about a leveller.
Both characters were absolutely charming with Buckwheat insisting on Don giving him a kinetic screening to make sure Don fully understood how outrageously cool he looked.
No matter what make the car is, no matter how outrageous you are, it doesn’t even matter if you’re in the driving seat or not. It’s cool to be cool. Jonny Wilkinson is the CEO of Tiaho Trust — Disability A Matter of Perception, a Whanga¯rei-based advocacy organisation