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.
When you live with an obvious disability, especially one that is as misunderstood as Spina Bifida, it is easy to waffle between wanting to keep everything private and wanting to help people understand your life better. Every October, I debate whether or not I should participate in Spina Bifida Awareness month on social media. Do … Read More
You may remember months ago before this pandemic business that I wrote a blog post talking about how I’ve learned (reluctantly) to call myself an advocate. My main focus is disability access and etiquette, but I also advocate for people of color by sharing their stories and concerns on my various platforms. This whole advocacy … Read More