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This is a podcast that looks at disability stories. it's like sitting down with a really close friend to have real conversations about disability, sexuality and everything else about the disability experience that we don't talk about; the things about being disabled we keep in the dark. The show is hosted by Disability Awareness Consultant Andrew Gurza.
 
Covering Ground explores the psychology of action vs inaction, why some people can accomplish their goals and others can't, and how to do meaningful work that helps you take steps toward your goals. You’ll be hearing from people at all stages of their journeys from entrepreneurs just starting out to artists who have achieved unparalleled success. I’ll be sharing ideas on how to manage resistance, procrastination, environment and energy to help you take the steps necessary to get to where you ...
 
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Episode Notes One of the series that we do on this podcast is asking non-disabled queer people to explore what would happen if they became disabled tomorrow. On this episode, I sit down with Hugh Crothers, Founder of Drip as he considers how his life would change with a disability. We honestly explore how his routines would change; from his morning…
 
Episode Notes In the latest installment of Great Flix and Joysticks, I sit down to review one of the most ableist films of the year, Sia’s “Music.” It’s a masterclass in how not to be ableist on film. Featuring neurotypical people playing autistic people, disabled characters almost being institutionalized, and disabled people being used to make abl…
 
Jill Coleman is an entrepreneur and business coach who has helped thousands of fit pros grow and scale their online businesses. She is the creator of Moderation365, a nutrition program and certification, and host of The Best Life Podcast and FitBizU which have over 1.5 million downloads. Connect with her on instagram @jillfit and at jillfit.com.…
 
Episode Notes I watched this trashfire of a film all about a well to-do sorority girl, Carolyn, who falls in love with an intellectually disabled person and can’t deall with it. Pumpkin is full of ableist slurs, sexual ableism and so much more. The make the movie all about these people unable to deal with their ableism, and use disability as a dram…
 
Episode Notes This week we look at Bryan Cranston’s “business decision” of a film The Upside, based on a true story (they should have hired a disabled actor) of a wealthy man who gets injured and hires an ex-con as his “life auxiliary”. Get comfy, cozy and crippled as we see Bryan Cranston crip up, Kevin Hart learn about catheters, wheelchair repai…
 
Episode Notes To kick off our first themed month on Disability After Dark, I decided to do a whole month of the Great Flix & Joystick series that we do here, and I thought what better film to review than Crip Camp! So grab your popcorn, sleeping bag and your flashlights because we’re off to Camp Jened where we meet a young Judy Heumann, Jim LeBrech…
 
Episode Notes In episode 309, I sit down with The Grumpy Grammarian, Autumn Tompkins. We talk about how Autumn got into her job, tokenism and ableism in the workplace, why some mornings we both wake choosing violence. Autumn shares how SMA plays a role in her life + so much more. This one was really fun! Enjoy! Follow Autumn’s work here: https://gr…
 
Episode Notes On episode 308, we meet a kinky new friend, Adrianna Garza. We talk with them about finding accommodations through kink, how kink helped them come to terms with parts of the disability experience and so much more. Enjoy! You can follow Adrianna at @misfitsmavis on Instagram. Support Disability After Dark on Patreon at Patreon.com/Disa…
 
Episode Notes On episode 307, I bring you a hilarious story about a perforated bowel on a cruise ship with my new friend, sex therapist and author, Dr. Stefani Goerlich. We talk about all things disability here, along with discussions of deafness, not feeling disabled enough and so much more! This was a fun one! Enjoy! Connect with Dr. Stefani Goer…
 
Episode Notes On episode 306, I sit down with long-time listener and fan of the show, James Geiger. He shares with us his experiences of living with Cerebral Palsy and a speech impediment, and he highlights some examples of ableism that he experiences as a result. We also talk about queerness & disability and how ableism plays a role for him there …
 
Episode Notes On episode 305, I sit down with Alexandria LaRue (aka BodyByBlunts) as we explore their experiences of being a black disabled sex worker in Texas. We talk about when to hide your disability to feel safe, the intersections of ableism and racism + so much more and we laugh along the way. This episode was very important. Enjoy! You can f…
 
Episode Notes In episode 304, I sit down with my friend and fellow queer podcaster Kyle Getz from the hit show Gayish. They reached out to me to explore how their experiences of depression were disabling, kept them from jobs, friendships, etc. We talk about so much here and it is so important to explore depression as a disability. Enjoy! You can fo…
 
Episode Notes On episode 303, I sit down with my new best disabled author friend, Rebekah Taussig. She penned Sitting Pretty in 2020, one of the most important books on disability ever. We talk about all things disability; motherhood, community, relationships, her book + so much more. Enjoy! Follow Rebekah Taussig and buy Sitting Pretty here: www.r…
 
Episode Notes In episode 302, Disability After Dark goes back to its sexy roots, and talks with Aussie porn star Gabe Woods, and we explore my fave question “What Would Happen If You Became Disabled Tomorrow?” He shares how he thinks porn might change, we talk about what will happen when we hook up, Gabe asks questions about disability, we flirt a …
 
Episode Notes On episode 6 of TSIR, I sit down with co-host of The Dirt Podcast, Anna Goldfield. We talk about her experiences of anxiety and gastrointestinal stuff + we talk about the importance of poo in the past, and why it is important to think about poo from the past, and so much more! Enjoy! You can follow Anna here: http://anna-goldfield.squ…
 
Episode Notes In episode 301, I sit down with Disability Rights Lawyer Ashley B. Jacobson as we wheel into the courtroom and talk about how disability impacts our entire legal system. We explore ableism in law school, policing, etc. Ashley shares with us her personal experiences of Lupus and Interstitial Cystitis and why self-cathing can be a pain …
 
Episode Notes Well, Holy Fuck, we hit 300! THANK YOU! For episode 300, I sit down with my new disabled bestie, Youtuber, Podcast Host of Confidently Insecure & Co-Host of Guilty Pleasures, Kelsey Darragh. We chat about whether or not she should be using disability as a label, her experiences of Trigeminal neuralgia and Anesthesia dolorosa, how one …
 
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