People with disabilites have sex. Andrew Morrison-Gurza is getting this out in the open.
I’m learning that to get what I want, I need to stop giving so many instructions and let you discover me.
As a queer cripple, I’ve come to realize that spontaneous sex is an illusion.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza is past never been kissed…he’s worried about “never been missed”.
We all have those moments that we’d much rather forget. But what can we learn from them?
When you think of “touch”, what does it mean? Andrew Morrison-Gurza offers a perspective that most of us have probably never thought of…and definitely should.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza considers expections and reality when it comes to gay men’s bodies.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza reminds us that flirting is about how we feel, not what we can do.
Doing it “disabled style”. Andrew Morrison-Gurza had never been more excited or more utterly terrified of anything in his whole life.
By changing what we say, we can change how others see us…and how we see ourselves.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza talks about assumptions, reality, and how many different ways there are to define “control”.
Computers have made dating easier and more complicated, right? It gets even trickier when you’re a dude with a disability.
Dating while disabled comes with certain challenges. Andrew Morrison-Gurza recently had to face a difficult one.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza on the difficulties of asking for help when you just want to be one of the guys.
When you’re used to your date jumping and running, what do you do when he stays?
Andrew Morrison-Gurza faces how internalized ableism has influenced his romantical endeavors.