Awkwardness around disability is "just the way of the world" sometimes and is not necessarily "borne of ignorance", a leading campaigner told Good Morning Britain.
Alex Brooker explained: "I don't think that awkwardness around disability, necessarily, is borne out of ignorance. I think actually it is the opposite. I think sometimes you are awkward because you want make someone feel comfortable."
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