Category Archives: Disability Issues

Cartoon: Touch My Face, Dammit!

If you like these cartoons, help us make more by supporting my patreon! Every dollar of support goes directly to neighborhood goats who eat them and poop out sustainable rainbows. I sometimes read forums for disabled people (ones that are … Continue reading

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Cartoon: So Inspiring!

The guest artist for this cartoon is Nidhi Naroth. Nidhi’s work has a vibrancy I love – even their desaturated colors somehow glow. I asked Nidhi for a two-sentence bio: “Nidhi is a queer artist with roots in South Asia. They … Continue reading

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Cartoon: You’re So Brave, I’d Rather Be Dead

Help me make more cartoons at my Patreon! A $1 or $2 pledge really matters. I’m not disabled, so the first time I heard a disabled person say that ablebodied people repeatedly tell them “I’d rather be dead!,” it boggled … Continue reading

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Cartoon: “Too Much Foam”

If you enjoy these cartoons, and can spare it, please support my Patreon! This is one of a couple of cartoons I’ve  recently written on the subject of abled people putting the disabled up on a pedestal. (After getting some … Continue reading

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“Unlocking the Garret” – a new essay by Mandolin, for the “Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction” Kickstarter

Check out this essay by Mandolin! “Unlocking the Garret” by Rachel Swirsky Excerpt: It’s in the stereotype. The artist of tempestuous temperament who drinks to excess as he stumbles, lean and tuberculotic, up the winding steps to his garret. Van … Continue reading

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