The mind drains the mothership; thoughts can tire out flesh and blood.
Ableism leads many people with disabilities to think of their own bodies as unattractive.
So many things that I had thought were my flaws were actually symptoms.
Doctors' disbelief and my upbringing make me question the validity of my chronic illness.
A story about desire, sex and Lupus.
Most days, I'm fine – but every few months, the arrival of The Boil leaves me in pain and worried for my future.
When faced with stairs, I’m forced to make precarious decisions about my body.
'People, even strangers, have an exceptional ability to ask what’s ‘wrong’ with the child.'
Empowering the child to act on her own behalf is the most effective, long-term protection we can provide.