Call for Submissions: Essays by the Disabled on Rites of Passage

When I lost my sight in my late twenties, I thought the rest of my life would be dull and boring. Boy was I wrong. Still, my initial misconception stemmed from two thoughts: First, I had never seen a blind person be mischievous, sexy, or fun in any form of media. Secondly, the lack of representation of people with disabilities at large in popular culture gave me the false impression that the disabled community didn’t have much to share. Read More