18 November to 18 December marks Disability History Month.
This year we’ve experienced unprecedented challenges and we know that in these circumstances marginalised groups are often hit the hardest. For LGBT disabled people facing restrictions on leaving your home, barriers to accessing healthcare or support can have a huge impact.
However, there remains a lack of understanding of the lives and experiences of LGBT disabled people. That’s why this Disability History Month, Stonewall’s Accessibility Forum is platforming the voices and experiences of LGBT disabled people.
Now more than ever, it’s crucial that we celebrate and support our whole community. You can start by reading and sharing the content below.
Read the articles
Stonewall’s Accessibility Forum have highlighted 8 ways you can become a better ally to LGBT disabled people
Cat speaks about their experiences of of being a queer, disabled person
A zine about the experience of being autistic and trans, by a Stonewall staff member
John Dickinson-Lilley speaks about being your authentic self as an LGBT and disabled athlete
See the organisations