We've Always Been Here: One Mujerista Talks Back to Intersectionality and White Feminism

When I see the word "intersectionality" being used, I want to see a sincere invitation to the table (it’s accessible right?) in a genuine attempt to build community. And if I do decide to show up, I expect to see the more privileged, abled parties willingly give up their seats for us Brown queer sick crips.

Pain Woman Takes Your Keys : Sonya Huber's New Essay Collection is a Multifaceted Look at Life with Chronic Pain

Huber uses pain as a lens through which she examines disability, gender bias, motherhood, and the very basic condition of living in a body. Read more »

Meryl Streep, Listen Up: Disability Shouldn't Be the Only Trump Card You Play

The worst thing about Trump, apparently, wasn’t that he wanted to kill disabled people via policy, but that he felt comfortable mocking them on national television. Read more »

Popaganda: Women and Pain

This episode investigates patterns of both healthcare professionals and society at large dismissing, demeaning, and disbelieving women's pain. We talk with Maya Dunsenbery, the Executive Director of Editorial at Feministing.com, about her upcoming book ... Read more »

Popaganda: Breaking the Binary

It's good to get complicated. On this episode, we rethink binary approaches to brain science, sexuality, gender, and disability. Featuring a moving story from stand-up comedian and #GoodMuslimBadMuslim co-host Zahra Noorbakhsh, who talks about her decision to come out as bisexual as a 36-year-old.... Read more »

It's Complicated: Disability, and Representation in "Margarita, with a Straw"

Much of my struggle with this film comes down to an issue that’s being widely discussed in the United States at the moment: Who should play disability? Read more »

Popaganda: Invisible Prisons

The United States imprisons more people than any other country in the world. But we hardly ever hear real-life stories of incarceration in our pop culture.  On this episode, we share three stories about making prisons impossible to ignore. We hear voices from a recent national protest against... Read more »

Set Phasers to Inclusion: Disabled Trekkies Talk Star Trek

Star Trek is perfectly ripe for social justice and disability representation. Read more »

Popaganda: Designing for Democracy

Political observers often blame people for not voting. But we don't often stop to examine what barriers keep people from voting—or make them feel like it's not worthwhile. On this episode, we examine our democracy as a design problem—and explore what structural issues are built into our... Read more »

#CripTheVote Shows the Need to Make Voting More Accessible for People With Disabilities

For many people with disabilities, there are huge barriers in getting to the polls—but they can be solved.  Read more »

Why Disability Rights Advocates Are Calling Out “Me Before You” as a Hot Mess

The disability community is rightfully furious about the dangerous message this film sends to viewers. Read more »

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