TranscriptI remember there was one teacher in particular who was incredibly patronising to me. And I remember, if you want an example of what, you know, the right attitude towards disability from a non-disabled person is, this sums it up to me. There was a boy in my class and he said to me – you’ll have to excuse the language here, he said to me, 'he thinks you’re a little angel'. He said, 'he doesn’t realise you’re as big a bastard as the rest of us'. And I thought, that’s exactly it. And I vowed to make him realise that I was as big a bastard as the rest of them, and I decided – I remember I make a conscious decision I would rather be seen as a trouble maker than as – than as this poor little patronised, you know, person that you patted on the head.