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.
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)