Montoya-Barthelemy is passionate about helping communities find a holistic approach to sexual and reproductive health. As she puts it, “Sexual health is life force.”
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