Chronic Sex Gets Press!

Chronic Sex Gets Press!

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In case you’ve missed some of the amazing things happening in the last few weeks, Chronic Sex is taking off!

I was recently featured in Broadly’s piece “Having a Chronic Illness Doesn’t Mean Giving Up Sex” by Nicole Haase.

I was also just quoted in Teen Vogue, too, in Ariel Henley’s piece “Why Sex Education for Disabled People Is So Important.”

Other press you may have missed:

You can find others over at my writing site.

Life is feeling just a little bit surreal lately.

All We Cannot Say

I had the pleasure of speaking with Camilla Ruth, founder of All We Cannot Say for an episode of her podcast. It was tons of fun and I very much enjoyed speaking with her. This podcast is fantastic and I definitely suggest giving it a listen.

You can find the episode of All We Cannot Say featuring me here. The episode before mine talks about vulvodynia and chronic pain, so I definitely recommend that one, too.

Want to learn more about All We Cannot Say?

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Urgent: Disabled Queer Women or Non-Binary Peeps!

Dear ones,

Our friend Carrie Wade, an amazing writer for Autostraddle, is looking to gather some information on the love in our lives for an upcoming piece on the site.

If you’re a disabled queer woman or non-binary person, please head over to Google Forms to join in on the fun. Note that there is a moveable light at the top of the form that becomes invisible quickly but can be still alarming.

Please do this by Monday, December 19.