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Disability Intimacy

In Alice Wong’s illuminating Disability Intimacy, writers explore the myriad ways disabled people long for, cultivate and savor intimacy.

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Review of ‘Disability Intimacy’

Disabled existence is a near-constant exercise in ingenuity. Writer and activist Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha calls it “picking the lock of our lives.” Sussing out where we fit, with whom and when we can finally just be is all part of our lifelong search for belonging, partnership and access that’s specifically cripped. 

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