I Have Tourette Syndrome and Here's Why I Want You to Laugh

Jess Thom's tics from Tourette syndrome can be funny, but people often suppress their laughter for fear of causing offence. This, she says, shows how hard it can be to deal with people who are different from us. But by having an open conversation about disability and difference, she argues, the barriers between us become smaller.

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