Here at Scarleteen we view being a sexual person and having a disability, or two or three, as just as normal as any other human variation. We also know, though, that there isn’t a lot of disability
Another great list of sex and disability resources!
I made a Carmen Sandiego inspired outfit on Sunday for a Cosplay-themed event at the club. Unfortunately, you can’t see my shoes in this picture, but they are seriously sexy red stilettos. This wheelchair can’t stop sexy! <3
I would really love to go to this… but I wonder how many of the performers are disabled. Mat Fraser is briefly in the video (looks like he is introducing acts rather than performing himself) and there are a few visibly disabled people in the audience but they don’t show any other visibly disabled performers (and none of the photos in the article are of disabled people).
(Also I think I have heard some bad things about Tuppy Owens, but I’m not sure what… anyone know?)
I have had this video in my drafts for ages so I can’t even remember where I found it from, but I think it was made by a group of young disabled people somewhere near Barcelona. I don’t speak much Spanish (or any Catalan at all) but I think I get the basic idea that it’s about young disabled people wanting the same rights to have relationships as anyone else, but being prevented from that by attitudes of their parents and/or stuff like lack of accessible transport.
Anyway I think the main female character (Amal) is absolutely gorgeous, and the total happiness in her whole body after she kisses her boyfriend (at about 9.30-10.00) just fills me up with feelings. (I don’t know why but body language of people with physical impairments like CP can be much more… able to convey emotions to me than body language of “typical” people.)
And the end scene is lovely :)
My favorite way to dress… #outing #hipster #tattooed #short #onearmed #pinkeyebrows #pinkhair
Now tell me: Truth or Dare