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Discrimination at a Concert

Kayla - a beautiful girl in a green field with long orange hair and a vibrant smile

Kayla, who has type 1 diabetes, was not expecting trouble at a concert. Event staff refused to let her bring a glucose-based drink. They're supposed to make reasonable accommodations. »

SUFFERIN' SUCROLOSE!

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