Friday, January 27, 2012

Ask the Reader: What Do You Want?

I am looking through my old notes and working on some new content for you, Dear Reader. You know I am guessing over here, right? I did not get any SuperCrip abilities when I got sick. I know, right? And while I can read faces, body language and voices and tone - I am not actually psychic.*


What I want to know is this: what do you want? I have never actually asked you, the people I am actually reaching, what you would like to know about me and my situations. So take a moment and write a comment (they are moderated for your sanity and mine, but yours should show up pretty quick) and let me know. 


Here is a list of some of the things on my mind that I am currently scribbling about. Some may even live to see the light of day the Web! You can add to this list with new things, or just say "Hey, I would really like to see #4!" or "I have always wondered about that #2." I am feeling energetic about this blog again, and I want your help to keep that going.



  1. Gaming while disabled (and female, and lots of things!)
  2. Playing Star Wars: The Old Republic.
  3. Wheelchair modification or maybe even building from scratch.
  4. Poly families and Newt Gingrich.
  5. Engery drink reviews! I really dig energy drinks.
  6. Internalized ableism (thank you, Marcus!).
  7. Plan B.
  8. The a very brief history of abuse by the medical community of the marginalized and how it continues today.
  9. Some of my fandoms and how even some of my favorites treat disabled folks, you know, me, very badly.
  10. Cripdrag and why it is a bad thing.
  11. Occasionally I will ask you for advice or opinions.
  12. I want to write about being aviodant. If you know what that is you know that it is a kind of funny contradiction...
  13. Parenting while all of this is happening.
  14. Considering Buddhism.

* Yes, this means I know when people in front of me lie to me. Every time. I do not always same some thing, and if I cannot prove it to doubters, I may even have to still go along with your lie... for a while. But never, ever doubt: I know. Hell, maybe I could write or do videos about that...