1. What trait describes you the best?
There is a word in English that not only suits me very well but is also pronounced in Hungarian as my name is: silly (Szili) – a foolish person.
2. During the introduction or when talking about yourself, how important do you think it is to mention that you are disabled?
Usually, during the introduction after a few dialogues, I already mention that I have a disability, I don’t like to leave this important information about myself later, because sooner or later the truth will come to light if we meet in person or add each other on Facebook as friends.
3. What are you most proud of?
I’m thinking of my Youtube page because I’ve been making a lot of videos in the last few years. Too bad I’m not more famous :)) But I’m usually proud of any work I do. I used to write a lot of fanfiction and also drew a lot.
4. If you could change something, what would it be?
I regret not being born a more social, open person. Because of this, I missed out on a lot of things, I lost several old friends. But I’m glad I found my place in this world and I managed to fit into a kind, funny group of good friends.
5. What are your plans? What about your dreams?
I want to go on more trips, even travel around the whole world. I crave a lot of interesting adventures, like the superheroes in the movies.
6. What role did society play in the path to your successful fulfillment? (this can be negative, but it can also be positive)
No matter how introverted I am, in the end, I also feel the need to be in the company of people. And when a person finds the most suitable companions, only then that person can get the courage to show all his or her good qualities and talents. As long as we’re alive, we will always need to help and complete each other.
7. Why and how important do you think healthy people should understand their injured peers?
I think people should always work to understand and accept each other, even if we are disabled, have different religions, races, or even different sexual orientations.
8. What do you usually do in this regard?
I think I can only set an example for those around me, I can show them that we with disabilities are not contagious, we do not spread any dangerous diseases or viruses, we can be touched, embraced, kissed in the same way as a healthy person.
9. If you could send a message to those who are less accepting, what would that message be?
YOU SHOULD NOT BE AFRAID OF US, NOR AVOID US, RATHER ACCEPT US AND HELP US IN CERTAIN CASES, BUT DON’T LOOK DOWN ON US AND DON’T MAKE FUN OF US, TREAT US AS EQUALS!
10. Why is this your favorite photo – tell us about it, where and when, and under what circumstances was it taken?
To this day this is one of my favorite pictures. I made it the day after BB DANCE performed. The cup also has a very good motto written on it for all people with disabilities (but not just them): NEVER GIVE UP!