25 November 2022
Gigi in DC! part 3
Gigi talks about accessibility in DC and how it compares to the UK when it comes to drama training and as a country.
13 April 2022
How accessible is the gaming industry?
We look at how accessible the gaming industry for disabled consumers
4 April 2022
Can quick-time-events be redeemed?
How a desire to increase accessibility might also improve the design of one of gaming’s most maligned mechanics
29 March 2022
With Whom on Zoom | Henry Fraser
Artist, author, and activist Henry Fraser let's us in on life as a mouth painter and advocate for disability rights
22 March 2022
What does it mean to be a disabled woman in the music industry?
Faith Martin talks about how she is breaking the bias as a disabled music journalist for International Women's Day 2022.
21 March 2022
Taking away live streamed gigs will severely impact disabled and disadvantaged people
Voice investigates how removing culture at home will affect access to the industry
14 March 2022
How changing my hair helps me take control of my body
How being able to make decisions around my hair gave me the independence I desperately craved
7 March 2022
I'm not wheelchair-bound, I'm free
Why being a wheelchair user is a gloriously positive experience (most of the time)
1 March 2022
Sofia Jirau is a woman, stop desexualising disabled people!
Disabled people wear bras too!
18 January 2022
Fuel rises set to push disabled people into poverty
With rising fuel costs in the UK, we look at how this is disproportionately affecting the disabled community.
17 January 2022
Disabled musicians left in limbo amid Omicron fear
Music venues record ‘catastrophic’ drop in audience numbers but what does it mean for disabled artists and audience members?
13 January 2022
CDC director Rochelle Walensky sparks viral hashtag after Omicron death comments
#MyDisabledLifeIsWorthy goes viral as the CDC director’s comments appear to suggest only disabled people dying due to Omicron is ‘encouraging’.
22 September 2021
Disabled artists from Wales to Southeast Asia collaborate on murals
The international collaboration is intended to inspire solidarity between disabled artists across the world, with large murals painted on buildings in each participating country.
14 November 2020
School uniforms: smartly-dressed equaliser or an unnecessary burden?
School uniform is well meaning, put in place to promote equality and pride, but it can also be problematic. Let’s discuss the pros and the cons of school attire.
21 September 2020
New Normal: Disability
Covid-19 has brought many difficulties and challenges. What if despite the problems that have arisen with tackling a global pandemic comes something new and brighter? A better way of living, working and acceptance for everybody inhabiting this world.
13 July 2020
The Last of Us 2’s final guitar scene reveals the game’s core failings
The closing moments of The Last of Us Part 2 are supposed to be devastating, instead it feels frustrating and destructive to its own goals of representation.
3 March 2020
Interview with comedian Richard Stott
"It is so ingrained within us not to laugh, look, talk about anyone’s disability for fear of upsetting them… but all that does is create an elephant in the room. My work is about inviting the elephant to sit at the table and tell us about itself."
27 November 2019
I wanted more than survival, says performance poet Neal Pike
"The 90s was very much a place where disabled people could only survive and never aspire to anything more."