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Tell your story

Interested in sharing your experiences as a disabled queer person? The Queer Disability Project is always looking for folks to interview. Have something to say about race, disability, and sexuality? A personal essay on destigmatizing addiction? A photo essay about parenting and reproduction rights?

Submit pitches to dean@queerdisabilityproject.org or use our contact form.

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Join the conversation

Want to share your ideas in a brief post or get opinions? Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter using #QueerDisabilityProject.

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Learn from others

Our blog features interviews from disabled queer folks from around the world with all varieties of identities. It’s also where you can find essays, op-eds, and disability-centric news from voices within the community.

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Host your own workshop

Want to share queer disability with your classroom, company, or event? Here you can find a toolkit with everything you need to host your own workshops on accessibility, event planning, visibility, queer+disabled history, and more.

Don’t want to organize a workshop yourself? Use our contact form to see about bringing a queer disabled speaker to your event.