Welcome to DISIRabilityALT where we will explore the intersection between disability, desire and ALTERNATIVE relationships including, but not limited to kink, bdsm, ethical non-monogamy and power exchange dynamics. Join angela car (she/her) as she shares her lived experiences as a disabled queer, cis female on the right side of the slash. This podcast is not suitable for those under the age of 18.
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Welcome to Series 2, Let’s Talk Books, Episode 2. Today, we talk about The Handi Book of Love, Lust and Disability. Andrew Gurza, who hosts the Disability After Dark podcast started the Handi organization with his sister. If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, please do so soon! Proceeds go ...
In Episode 22, I have the opportunity to interview Lorraine Stanley. Lorraine Stanley, formerly a fitness instructor, woke up paralysed in 2007, after a flu-type bug developed into M.E. and forced her to stop trading. Based in the UK, she hunted for support on sex and disability, and found very ...
Episode 21 is all about Disabled Threesomes and Moresomes. I hear a lot of people saying that they want to have a threesome. This is more in the vanilla world, than in the kink world, but I hear a lot of folks saying “I wanna have a threesome” or “My ...
In Episode 20, I have the opportunity to interview Master Don. Master Don, also known as Dai Bando, is a Dominant in the Philadelphia area, the Head of Household of the House of Dai Bando, as well as an active member of the Lifestyle Community, He is a graduate of ...
In Episode 19, I wanted to talk about Surviving a Neurotypical Munch. So, I got the idea for this because I always had a hard time with social skills. I am learning more as an adult about neurodivergence and understanding why I have some learning, social and communication difficulties. I’m ...