In this episode, we talk about the impact that money has on dating and disability. The feelings about not having enough money to go on dates, and the feelings when your date pays for you. All of this and more is explored in this new episode!
In this episode, we look at sex and disability after-care techniques including talking to other people about it both disabled and non-disabled; crying (and why that can be a method of self-care), self-talk around disability and sex, dancing out the ableism and more. Enjoy
Not a full episode, but a call out to help me create more episodes of this unique, challenging and awesome program! Share! Pledge! E-mail! Hire Me! www.andrewgurza.com
In episode 041, we talk about some of the things you should NEVER say during or after sex with a disabled person... Don't say these things, and don't turn the afterglow into "after-no".
If you listened to Episode 039, you heard my episode about disability representation in film with special guest, Dominick Evans. Our conversation was actually over 2 hours and covered stuff like trans/disabled identity, BDSM, healthcare, and so much more! Here is the rest of it!! Have a listen and enjoy!
In the first of two episodes, I talk with activist, producer and creator of the #FilmDis hashtag, Dominick Evans about sex and disability representation in the media. There's a lot of valuable stuff here, so listen up. Find out more about Dominck here: www.dominickevans.com
In this episode, we chat with sex educator Dawn Serra about other bodies, fat bodies, disability and sex. You don't wanna miss this one! Check out more of Dawn's awesome work at www.dawnserra.com.
For this interview, I sit down with Alaina Leary. Her written work has been all over, and it is well-deserved. We talk about her coming out story, friendships, the moment that she identified and realized that she was disabled and so much more!
In this episode, we talk about the linkages between cleanliness, crippledness and sexiness. We talk about shower sex, disability and the ideas behind disability and dirtiness that many people still hold. We shed light on the ableist views around getting clean for sex and so much more.
Be sure to use #DisabilityAfterDark all on your social media for this one.