Coming out of the closet: My Journey to recognising my disability Hello folks, today, in honour of Disability Pride month which ended a few days ago I want to share a story that's close to my heart – the story of how I embraced my disability. I know this isRead more →
Championing Love Across Abilities: Celebrating Inclusive Relationships As we look to move towards a more open and accepting society, it's important to celebrate all forms of love and relationships. One area that deserves recognition is inter-able relationships, where disabled and non-disabled people come together as a couple, forming a bondRead more →
Discover the intimate thoughts of a wheelchair user on sex and disability. This article sheds light on the often overlooked topic, challenging societal norms and sharing personal experiences. Explore the importance of open communication, consent, and embracing adaptive devices for a fulfilling and empowered sexual journey. Join us in understanding the diverse desires, preferences, and identities that contribute to unique experiences of intimacy for wheelchair users.
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What's In A Name... Or A Label? Do parents put off or never get a diagnosis for neurodivergent children because they don’t want to ‘label?’ I hear this quite often, I just don’t want them to have to live with a ‘Label’ and it honestly just confuses me, if yourRead more →
How Does the Cost-of-Living Crisis Impact on Disabled People? I’ve always hated the fact that disability costs so much! I know some people have Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP) to help with the costs but if you do any research into disability aids you’d swear thatRead more →