netflix’s ‘special’ could be the gayest show on tv
Following the life of a gay man with cerebral palsy, ‘Special’ portrays queer life from a new but deeply relatable perspective.
what teen movies like 'five feet apart' get wrong about chronic illness
Representation of illnesses like Cystic Fibrosis is important, but there's still a way to go until the media showcases more authentic and empathetic narratives.
what the lives of disabled teens are really like
Cripple Magazine is created by and for disabled teens -- and anyone who wants to really understand the experiences of Gen Z youth with disabilities.
meet cola boyy, california’s immigration activist who’s resurrecting disco
Boogie on down!
what dating is like when you're disabled
We spoke to students, models, artists and activists about their love lives.
grace mandeville was born with one hand, but that’s not the biggest obstacle she’s faced
The fearless YouTuber talks beauty, body confidence and diversity in the media.
hollywood is still getting able-bodied actors to play characters with disabilities
95% of television characters with disabilities are played by able-bodied actors, despite the raft of talent in Hollywood.
jordan bone’s video about disability is the best thing we’ve seen
We catch up with the make-up artist to find out what beauty means to her.
pioneering model jillian mercado joins img
With the news of Jillian's signing to major modelling agency, IMG, we revisit our interview from The Beautiful Issue, with the model and disability activist who's changing the game when it comes to beauty.
natalia vodianova speaks out for the rights of disabled people
The cruel treatment of her sister, who has autism and cerebral palsy, sparked the statement.