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LA Podcast Action

Despite being more disabled than usual (a paraplegic with a broken leg sounds like the start of a bad joke) I’ve managed to get my arse in gear and contribute to two brilliant  podcasts in the past few weeks. 431 more words

Tiphany Adams At The FitExpo

My favorite part of the FitExpo last weekend… Getting to see people I don’t get to see often enough. Like the beautiful Tiphany Adams who many of you know from the enormously successful series “Push Girls”. 16 more words

I'm Not Crazy After All!

I discovered a new reality TV show recently, Push Girls. It focuses on the lives of four young women living with physical impairments – all wheelchair users. 93 more words


New Guest Post at Handicap This!

I’m really excited to share my latest guest post that I’ve written for the Handicap This! blog on how popular media depicts disabilities. You can read it here: … 92 more words


Where Is Our Community?

I just caught up on the end of Season 2 of Push Girls, and I love it. I love that these women go do awesome things that others probably think are impossible.   966 more words

The Second Important Lesson I Learned (from Two Diagnoses I Do Not Have)

The motto of the Autism Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is “Nothing About Us Without Us.”  This is in response to the numerous “autism” groups, and especially Austism Speaks, which generally include no board members who actually have any form of autism, and which regard autism as a terrible disease that places a horrible burden on the family affected.   832 more words