I wasn't tagged by anybody but after seeing one of my favourite YouTubers do it, I thought it might be fun to do this as a blog post (Sorry YouTube). How do you identify? I identify as bisexual. Share a story of you doing something that probably hinted to everyone around you that you were… Continue reading Pride Rewind Tag
Annie Segarra, a YouTuber and disability advocate, started the twitter trend after seeing and being frustrated by an old tweet by Ken Jennings. The tweet reads, "Nothing sadder than a hot person in a wheelchair." Really? Because I can think of a million things on the top of head that's sadder than that. There's nothing sad… Continue reading #HotPersonInAWheelchair Twitter Trend
Although masturbation is seen as a natural act for boys, many girls are brought up with the idea that masturbation is wrong. Since many people thought I was asexual and didn't talk to me about sex, I kind of had to form my own idea about it. I never thought there was anything wrong with… Continue reading May is Masturbation Month…Love Yourself
Recently, I did a boudoir photoshoot with one of my burlesque friends, Trixi Jones. I contacted Cally, the person who did my last photoshoot and asked her to shoot it. I was really nervous about doing it with someone else...in a bed (haha), but they were very helpful, easygoing and patient with me. The photos… Continue reading Boudoir Photoshoot with Trixi Jones!
About a month after the Body Say video shoot, I decided to do a boudoir photo shoot. I contacted my friend from pride who is a photographer and we set a date and time. I felt so sexy and confident in my black and purple lingerie. When I saw the photos for the first time, I… Continue reading Boudoir Photoshoot 2017
* Video not available on mobile. This is the first big project I did as a sexability advocate. For a while before I shot this video, I was really getting tired of the misconceptions around sex and disability. I was also really tired of the fact that people only saw me as "cute and innocent"… Continue reading Body Say Music Video* to Promote Sexability