Crip Queer Pride with Daisy Wislar

So often, disabled people are bombarded with media representation, cultural narratives, and stereotypes that stigmatize disability as just an unfavorable medical condition. But this couldn’t be less true!

Disability is an identity in its own right, and Daisy shares their story of how coming to understand their identity as a queer person allowed them to find pride, confidence, and empowerment in their disability.


NCIL Disability Pride Toolkit

The Queer Futures Collective Disability Workshops

Queer and Disabled Youtube Series – Annie Elainey

Crutches and Spice, #WhenICallMyselfDisabled 


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