disability

With Temporary Tattoos, Artists Make Their Invisible Disabilities Easy to See

The Ink Visible project asked five tattoo artists with disabilities to design temporary tats representing their unseen experiences. Read more »

The Complicated Dynamics of Disability and Desire

My invisible disabilities made me feel undesirable. It took a long time to love myself. Read more »

The Importance of Expanding Sex-Ed to People with Developmental Disabilities

A long-time sexuality educator discusses the importance of teaching sex-ed to people with developmental disabilities.  Read more »

Will the Real Kylie Jenner Please Stand Up?

The reality TV show star posed with a golden wheelchair on the cover of “Interview” magazine.  Read more »

A New Webseries Centers on the Lives of Two Friends—Who Happen to Be Deaf

In an era when “diversity” is becoming a buzzword, “Fridays” stands out as an example of what people should strive for. Read more »

Singer and Cripp Activist Mindie Lind Debuts Music Video "Recluse"

Mindie Lind is a musician, performer, and a cripp activist in Seattle. Read more »

Let's Talk About Crip Culture

This week on our podcast, I talked with a couple different people about the power of reclaiming language. One of those people is disabled writer and activist Caitlin WoodRead more »

Popaganda Episode: Bad Words

Sticks and stones may break my bones but words—words stick around forever and have the power to really hurt or help us. On this episode, we have four stories about reclaiming language… and the difference... Read more »

Chiara de Blasio Speaks Out Against the Stigma of Mental Illness

Chiara de Blasio and her mom, New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray at the launch of a new text message-based mental health resource for teens. Chiara de Blasio is known for being the daughter of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, but she’s also won acclaim for her... Read more »

What is Life Like for Deaf People in Prison?

Talila Lewis, center, speaking to the FCC about the rights of deaf people in prison. We’ve reached a critical moment in our history. As we incarcerate more people than ever before, we can no longer put off having honest conversations about the effects of police brutality and abuse of... Read more »

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