In our new monthly column, we will be profiling helpful things for wheelchair-users: – the best products, places, and things that you will not want to miss!
There are so many wheely awesome things in … Read the rest
Graduates on Wheels! Celebrations abound for wheelie students with fresh new degrees in Law, Psychology, Business and more!
The world has become a little more inclusive and the skills and experiences these grads on wheels … Read the rest
Gina Schuh on Fire! Standing up for disability rights
You know what’s sad about the majority of the disabled community? We’re okay with the bottom of the barrel representation we get in congress with the … Read the rest
The ableist, ignorant, and dangerously discriminatory comments from the female OB-GYN on a popular daytime program shows just how far we all must go to educate the public about disability.
These hurtful and demeaning statements … Read the rest
How to Train a Service Dog: Part One
I was contemplating making a move to a big city but found myself feeling overwhelmed and unsafe due to the strangers who kept approaching me. As both … Read the rest
Disabled Girls Can Be Sexy
Through my experience as an able body woman and now living with a disability, I realized disabled girls could be sexy just like any other able-body girl. Sexiness comes in … Read the rest
When I broke my neck at 18, I quickly realized the world was not as accessible as I perceived it to be on two feet. I will be the first to admit my ignorance of … Read the rest
For the past month I’ve had writer’s block. It’s not unusual for writers to experience this from time to time, myself included. This block, however, is different than anything I’ve ever encountered. It’s numb, almost … Read the rest