Here on the Intimately blog, we love making posts that are catered to our readers and amplifying disabled voices by allowing disabled women to tell their stories. However, as much as we love our blog, there is room for everyone to have a platform, and today we want to spotlight other disabled blogs that give us awesome thought-provoking experiences. In order to make a difference in the disabled community, we feel it's important to work together in order to encourage each other and push each other forward.
This blog is part of a series, and today is all about bloggers in wheelchairs. Stay tuned for next week when we'll be discussing blogs that focus on different disabilities.
Without further ado, here are our favorite disabled bloggers that you need to check out!
Gemma, a blogger originally from Norfolk, writes about everything wheelchair-related in this blog. She talks about funny subjects and things to make you laugh but also tackles the frustrations and obstacles that she faces. She's always going on crazy adventures, so a lot of her content focuses on accessible adventuring and the troubles of traveling as a disabled woman. If you're interested in some fun adventures or some lighthearted stories, make sure to check out Gemma's blog here!
Kathleen Downes created The Squeaky Wheelchair based on her life riding around in her squeaky purple wheelchair. Kathleen discusses incredibly important topics related to being a wheelchair user but also just general topics relating to disability. She speaks about how to advocate for yourself in medical situations, how to deal with chronic pain, and even the hard-to-talk-about subjects such as inspiration porn. To learn more about what it's like to live as a disabled woman, check out her blog here.
Karin Willison is a thrill seeker and an adventurer. Never in one place, Karin is always on the move and traveling the country on road trips. She also travels with her adorable service dog Aria and you can usually spot her in any of the pictures from Karin's travels. If you're interested in learning more about traveling in a wheelchair or accessibility, make sure to give Free Wheelin' a good read here!