For this interview, I sit down with Alaina Leary. Her written work has been all over, and it is well-deserved. We talk about her coming out story, friendships, the moment that she identified and realized that she was disabled and so much more!
In this episode, we talk about the linkages between cleanliness, crippledness and sexiness. We talk about shower sex, disability and the ideas behind disability and dirtiness that many people still hold. We shed light on the ableist views around getting clean for sex and so much more.
Be sure to use #DisabilityAfterDark all on your social media for this one.
In this episode, I interview the creator of the viral hashtag #DisabledAndCute, author Keah Brown. I find out quite quickly that there was so much more to this hashtag than meets the eye. We learn just what #DisabledAndCute really means for the author, and what it could mean for disabled culture generally.
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In this episode, I had the chance to chat with Queer Manhattanite Peter Morley. He lives with lupus and other illnesses, and we chat about how those things affect his queerness. We talk about being hospital glam, flirting with male nurses, NYC in the 80s, his sex drive, and so much more.
This episode explores my very first time having sex with someone. In the episode, I talk about how I felt before sex, how I felt during, and the affect that this experience had on me after. I share this moment to highlight how inextricably linked my disability is to my sexuality, and what that means for me.