Category: 2019 Winter – Bisexuality and Disability
Dear Reader, The theme of this issue is bisexuality and disability. But what, exactly, is...Read More
By Sara Krahel This year I finally came out to my best friend as bisexual. But first, I have to...Read More
By Julie Morgenlender What do you think about as you head down the street? Maybe what to eat for...Read More
By GL Meisner My disability is…My disability is my sexuality At least according to the critics I can’t focus on one personI can’t stay in a relationship for long My disability is my sexualityI swivel my head at every shinyAny...Read More
By Jane Barnes I. I have Medicare D disability free meds asubsidized place a giant one- bedroomon a leafy street where I write too manypoems and when I’m a little “up” I’mamusing but there are too many callstexts emails...Read More
By Julie Morgenlender Our world is filled with assumptions about labels. We like to assume that we know what labels others apply to themselves. We all do it to some extent, and it becomes a problem when we insist on it, when we...Read More
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