In this episode, I talk in detail about the time I co-hosted the world's first "handicapped orgy." I go way in depth into the planning, media attention, backlash, positives, and I share whether or not there will be another one. Enjoy!
In this second minisode, we hear from contributor jennifer, who writes in with some thoughts she has about being disabled and a virgin at 22! If you wanna write in and contribute to a minisode, send them to email@example.com
In this episode, I talk about the rise of viral promposals where non-disabled people ask disabled teens to the prom in high school or middle school and have it recorded and it goes viral or gets picked up by the news outlets. I share why I think this is problematic in all the ways and why I think we need to reconsider our consumption of "digital ableism" and promposals, and suggest that the disabled person may feel differently about the whole thing, and that the media must also focus on them. I have included some examples of this digital ableism below.
In our very first DisabilityAfterDark Minisode, we talk about disability and Valentine's Day with sentiments sent in by Kate! If you have thoughts, feelings, words or dreams you wanna have featured on a minisode, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org using subject line Minisode! enjoy!
In this episode, I talk with freelance model and blogger Mari Ramsawakh about their experiences with sexuality, disability and how those things intersect with non-binary sex, being a person of color and lots of other things, including sexting and how it can be an accessible medium for disabled people to navigate sexuality. We want of on many tangents on this episode, it was awesome!
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On this episode, I talk with my friend Claire AH about her life and sexuality before and after a stroke. We talk a lot about what happened for her, what disability means for her now, and what sex and disability now means for her. It's a pretty great episode. You can follow Claire at
Okay, I loved recording this episode. I talk about my foray into becoming a drag queen with a disability. I talk about how doing drag connected to my activism around queerness and disability, I introduce you to my drag persona, talk about the challenges of dressing in drag as a disabled person, and so much more.
In this episode, I highlight why planning and scheduling sex as a disabled person is so much sexier than spontaneity. I talk about the ways planning for sex has been pathologized by the media, but why I think it's hot as fuck, and why as a Queer Cripple I get off on it so hard. Enjoy
In this first episode of 2018, we look at how gym culture and the pursuit of the gym cut body we all want so we can have "better sex" aligns with (or totes doesn't) with disability culture. I share some of my experiences at the gym as a queer cripple, we can giggle at how inaccessible some of the workouts for better sex actually are, and I suggest that fucking a cripple might even be a better work out. Enjoy!
This is a very special episode that I recorded over the holidays with my friend and fellow podcaster Dick Wound, co-host of Off The Cuffs Podcast. We recorded episodes on each other's shows, and we wanted to cross promote each other.... so rather than wait, I decided to release this one as a bonus episode. We talk about kink, heart attacks, disability, sex, dark fantasies, shitty hearts, and so much more. Enjoy! Listen to Off The Cuffs each and every Tuesday wherever you get your pods. https://linktr.ee/ocpkink