In this episode, we chat with sex educator Dawn Serra about other bodies, fat bodies, disability and sex. You don't wanna miss this one!
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, we talk about disability and masturbation. We talk about the 'process' of masturbation when disabled, I share some stories about cumming when young, queer and crippled, and we look at what happens when you can't cum by yourself anymore. How does disability affect self-pleasure on an emotional level? Find out!
A link to the blog I read from: http://www.andrewgurza.com/blog/2017/2/7/boys-in-chairs-that-time-i-couldnt-masturbate-by-myself-anymore
A link to the Teespring campaign to get a DisabilityAfterDark tee: www.teespring.com/disabilityafterdark
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.
Follow Keah Brown on Twitter: www.twitter.com/Keah_Maria
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.
In this episode I interview Amber DiPietra of The Body Poetik. We explore her road to be a sexually liberated disabled person as we discuss the disabled body; sex work, disability and so much more!!
In this episode, I talk to Health Activist and Blogger, Kirsten Schultz. She has created the #ChronicSex hashtag and movement around chronic illness, sexuality and disability. The interview was so much fun and so, so important. Masturbation is only one of the many things we talk about. Enjoy!
This episode is pretty easy to swallow... it's all about oral sex and how that can look and feel; both giving and getting head, when you are disabled.
This is interview might just be one of my most favorites to record. I interviewed disability writer and activist Emily Ladau about dating as a women with disabilities, and we went off on so many tangents, I cant even tell you; sexy pantsuit CD covers, dead turtles twins, awkward disabled dates, representation of disabled women in media; we cover so many topics...and giggle our way through them....
In this episode, I interview disabled comic Ted Shiress from the UK about his experiences with sex, dating and disability. He's really funny and his sense of humour and honesty give us a great episode.
In this episode, we talk about clothes. We look at how clothing determines sex appeal, and how clothing choices for the disability community to express their sensuality are extremely limited. We also look at what clothes mean, and the reality of dressing up and down when disabled
In this episode, I interview my best friend, disabled woman, Kristen Williams. We talk a little about her experiences as a wheelchair user online, and we also discuss the need for more supports for women with disabilities who experience violence. Some pretty raw and real stuff in this interview that you won't want to miss.
In this episode, I talk about vulnerability as it relates to sex and disability, and why I think vulnerability is important, but fucking scary too, as a Queer Cripple.
In this episode, I talk to fellow sex educator Jerome Stuart Nichols. He runs LTAsex.com. We talk about race, weight, sex, mental health, disability and queerness in this jam packed episode!
This episode looks at sex, disability and queerness from a very activist lens. I re-discover how crucial activism is to the work I do. I interview pansexual, queer, disabled activist Bekah Bailey, as we talk about how her experiences as a Little Person have informed her understanding of queerness, sexuality and activism. Also, she has a really funny blowjob story!
Pretty sure the title says it all. This episode looks at the embarrassing moments that happen when you are trying to get laid when disabled. I share some of my stories that make me giggle around gimp sex; I give you an inside scoop to the comedy in cripple copulation. "Dead Turtle Position", Porn Playing on Its Own, and other gimpy get-it on gems! I hope you like them and laugh with me and that absurdity of accessing sex.
This episode, I interview sex columnist and sex worker Devon Delacroix about his experiences working with clients with disabilities.