This episode is IMPORTANT. I talk with disabled Americans about what having Trump as President means for them. 5 Americans who encounter disability personally and via family members share their stories, fears and discomfort over Drumpf. We havent heard enough about disability in this election, in its truest form. We march, protest and Facebook our distaste, but we often ignore or forget disability... this podcast hopes to change that.
In this episode we explore the idea of "accessible food". We talk about things like pre-peeled oranges, avocados and discuss how important these things are for the disabled community; and how so many people have ableist views around food accessibility. There should be an accessible food aisle in grocery stores. What do you think?
In this episode, we explore the relationship between independence and disability; we consider what it really means to ask for help as a disabled person.
In this episode, I interview fellow podcaster Kyle Khachadurian who co-hosts another disability podcast, "The Accessible Stall Podcast". We talk about the realities of creating disability content; just how much work goes into it, the need for more of it, and what it means to produce it.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Youtuber Annie Segarra, as she recounts her experience with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and shares what "becoming disabled has meant for her.
In this episode, we tackle our understanding of the word Cripple in the disabled/abled-bodied community. We look at a bit of the history of the word, as well as public opinion. The word is polarizing on all fronts. I share public opinion and my own view on the word and what it means to me.
In this episode, I share stories of the times people have said weird things to me as a wheelchair user, when I am just trying to go about my day. I talk about the effect this has on me and other cripples, and ask, what might you do if you were in that situation?