Disability Resource Guide : Content by Disabled Creators
This website compiles book reviews, short comics, and other resources related to graphic medicine. Graphic medicine uses comics as a format for discussing health, illness, and disbaility-related topics.
Comics and animations about living with POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)
Comics that explore life with and without affordable, equitable health coverage.
This website compiles zines and other projects by tansgender cancer patients.
ZebraSplints creates hand-made ring splints for people with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and other conditions that cause pain and instability in the fingers and hands. The creator of ZebraSplints recognizes the prohibitive cost of many splint companies and aims to sell splints at more affordable prices.
No End in Sight is a podcast and story-sharing project that acknowledges the lack of representation of chronic illness in the media by creating a platform for chronically ill people to share their story.
Working Blind shares the stories of blind people, their journey to a career and the successes and challenges they have experienced throughout their lives.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha discusses disability justice in an episode of the podcast How to Survive the End of the World, a podcast series organized by Autumn Brown and Adrienne Maree Brown.
Chronic Sex aims to open up frank discussions and ruminations about how QOL (quality of life) is affected by chronic disease and disability, specifically focusing on self-love, self-care, relationships, sexuality, and sex itself.