The Intersection of Disability, Transness, and Sex

Season #1

Learn with me and Grayson Schultz (he/they) about the intersection of disabilty, traness, and sex. Clinicians these are the things we wish you knew, but maybe put us on double speed because we could talk forever.


Often called a mindful troublemaker, Grayson Schultz is an activist, educator, researcher, and writer currently living on the stolen and unceded lands of the Osage and Shawnee tribal nations in southeastern Ohio. From his day job creating DEIB educational content at PowerToFly to projects working with research groups, organizations, and collaboratives, Grayson enjoys focusing on how we can best advocate for communities that are forcibly, systematically, and continually oppressed. As a transgender, queer, disabled, and neurodivergent human, he is most focused on the topics of LGBTQIA2S+ health and wellbeing, sex education, chronic illness and disability, disparities in healthcare, oppression, systems change, DEIB efforts, and liberation. Grayson also runs Chronic Sex, an award-winning website and podcast focused on discussing living well with disability, including a focus on relationships and sexual health. In his free time, Grayson enjoys cooking, gaming, and renovating his first home with his partner and two helper dogs, Hank and Dean.


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Other resources we mention:


Sex Interrupted 

The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability