As a disabled person, for the most part, your body is not your own. How then are we meant to be able to form an autonomous idea of self, when autonomy, by definition, requires self-governance and self-actualization, not subject to pressures, moral indicators, or coercion from external players or forces? Disability, by its nature and due to its socio-environmental positioning, inhibits autonomy. Blackness, as defined by white supremacy , channeled through the lens of whiteness, or subject to the scrutiny of the white gaze, also fights to maintain autonomy. As a disabled Black Woman, another category is added to this list: infantilization. This paradoxical positioning allows the Black Disabled person room to forge a new path towards ownership; designing their sensuality in a shape that is ergonomically sound, for the comfortable stabilization of their evolution as a sexual being.
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These women will inspire you to press on in spite of any obstacles self-imposed or societal -isms. Their work has left a legacy of bridge-building, radical self-love and advocacy we all strive for. Harriet Tubman is known for her work in helping blacks escape from slavery in the South to freedom in the North. As a teenager, she was hit in the head with a weight that was hurled at another slave and developed epilepsy, which caused seizures, headaches, and visions. Some say she also had narcolepsy.
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With many thanks to pseudodeviant for sharing this with us, first published on Crip the Planet. Queer Theory has provided a really useful lens for examining the marginalising effects of existing in ways that deviate from societal norms. As a Queer Crip I found that it not only helped me find new ways to understand my sexuality and gender, but that it helped me think differently about how disablement impacted my life, both personally and systemically.