It is difficult to normalize sexuality for those with disabilities when neither sexuality nor disability is normalized to begin with.
I grew up in a conservative farming community in Minnesota. My sex education involved the gym/health teacher telling us, “You
At the age of 14, I volunteered as a swim instructor through adaptive recreation for the St. Paul Parks and
I come from a long line of shotgun weddings. My maternal grandma fell for my delinquent and scrappy grandpa and found
The year I transitioned femme-ward, in 2014, they called me brave. Was it because I was so unapologetic? Or was
I was given the identity “male” before I knew what it meant — before I was able to resist the label.
For many years I have been a part of a Unitarian Universalist church community deeply devoted to social justice and radical inclusion. Friendships made
I am a 23-year-old dancer, singer, cook, and reader. I have a feisty and loveable orange cat named Olly. I adore sushi, candles,
There was a time when opening an independent family planning clinic seemed like a lofty goal for a small group
(NAPSI)—Who you are today has less to do with your anatomy than it did when previous generations insisted on defining