In my last blog, I talked about 5 common misconceptions about disability access. Many people assume access barriers are major and cost a lot of money to fix. While that is true in some cases, oftentimes it just means adding a ramp, trimming a bush, or some other relatively minor fix. Then, there are the … Read More
5 common misconceptions about disability access
I should probably start this blog by reassuring anyone reading that this will not include overly private details or graphic descriptions. The first time I was asked about my ability to have and enjoy sex despite my disability I was 12 years old (sixth grade) and it was questions from my Sunday School teacher. I … Read More
I wanted to take a few minutes to share some cool things I’ve gotten to do in my 42+ years. Some of these are despite being born with Spina Bifida, but some of these opportunities are at least in part because I have Spina Bifida.