Tattoos, Pain, And Incurable Illness
When you live with chronic pain, choosing when and where to experience pain can be a gift, and an act of control.
Locatora Radio // Capítulo 046: Disabled y Latina
After an unplanned month-long hiatus (así es la vida), las Locatoras are back with updates, chisme, and discuss disability justice, mobility aids, and ableism with Andrea Lausell, a proud cubarican, writer, and content creator.
Fierce by mitu // 6 Latinas Open Up About Their Complicated Relationship With Their Thighs
When I was really young, I liked my thighs. I used to swim every day, so they were very strong. I felt I was unstoppable. This was before a back surgery left me with nerve damage that made me lose feeling in my feet and some areas of my legs, particularly my thighs.
NEWSRADIO WINA: Conversation with Wendy
What to Expect When You're Not Expecting: A Conversation with Wendy
Peggy Law, founder of Service Dogs of Virginia and Andrea Lausell join Wendy Edwards and her guest host to talk about Spina Bifida.
People Are Sharing Their Photos to Teach Others What Invisible Disabilities Really Look Like
There’s no way to “tell” that someone has a disability, and many disabilities are completely invisible — however, based on the number of times people with invisible disabilities experience judgment and skepticism, not enough people realize this.
No answers: YouTube blocks LGBT content
A massive part of YouTube’s community has centered around the queer experience, it being the base of the “It Gets Better Project” and gay vloggers like Tyler Oakley or Hannah Hart who have become synonymous with the YouTube brand. So it would follow that YouTube would do its utmost to preserve, protect, and even promote queer content, right?