Disabled Writers is a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, and journalists connect with disabled sources. Our goal is specifically to promote paid opportunities for multiply marginalized members of the disability community, and to encourage editors and journalists to think of disabled people for stories that stretch beyond disability issues. 

 

Kirsten Schultz

Image: A person with short dark hair; overlays of the Woodhull graphic and a white text "#SFS17" | pink overlay with white text reads "disability, illness, & pain don't remove sexuality from our lives. Sexuality doesn't depend on ABILITY. -Kirsten Schultz"

Contact Kirsten: kirsten at chronicsex.org

Kirsten Schultz is a disabled genderqueer writer from Wisconsin. Through her work as a chronic illness and disability activist, she has a reputation for tearing down barriers while mindfully causing constructive trouble. Recently, Kirsten founded Chronic Sex, which openly discusses how illness and disability affect our relationships with ourselves and others including — you guessed it — sex! You can learn more about Kirsten and her work at kirstenschultz.org.

You can find Kirsten at Chronic SexNot Standing Still's DiseaseLinkedInTumblrInstagramFacebook, and Twitter @ChronicSexChat and @kirstie_schultz

Find Kirsten's current clips here

Kirsten is available as a source, and for personal essays, opinion editorial, and reported features

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference

Languages: English (Fluent)

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