Andrew Gurza: Sex & Disability
Feb 26, 2018 · 33 min
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A self-proclaimed Queer Cripple, Andrew Gurza talks about why people with disabilities aren't here to be a teachable moment for everyone. He discusses the fight to own his sexuality and having to convince people that he's sexually viable. Andrew also talks about the struggles that queer people face connecting and forming community today, hiring a sex worker, learning to compartmentalize human touch, and the empowerment he finds in being single.

Click here to listen to Andrew's podcast, Disability After Dark.

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