About 18 months ago, I did an interview on disabled access in public bathrooms for a small team making an animated documentary called Bathroom Priveleges. The documentary…… Read more “Bathroom Priveleges.”
My disability, sexuality, and gender all share one particular feature; it’s quite easy for me to pass as “normal”. I can stand & walk unaided (albeit not…… Read more “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t.”
There is a significant debate in the running of public spaces as to whether non-binary and otherwise trans (NBoT) people should be told to use the disabled…… Read more “Bogged Down by Labels.”
A gender ambiguous wheelchair user navigates the obstacles of the morning commute.Written by yours truly. Crowd: a Short Story for Sisters of Frida.
Contrary to the title of this blog there are other aspects to my identity besides disability, and while I’m open about my sexuality (and more recently my…… Read more “A Queer Upbringing.”