Tommy DiDario talks with Tiffany Geigel, a professional dancer born with a rare bone disorder. She never let her disability stand in the way of her dreams, and she transformed her disadvantages into her superpower.
In her talk, Heather discusses empowering disability identity and reframing disability as a social construct. She explores, through personal stories, how discussing disability and practicing 'uncovering' can lead to a new societal understanding of disability.
One day in the grocery store, someone questioned Kim Lan Grout's ability to be a mother because of her leg amputation. In this talk, Grout explores the way we judge differences, and how simple it is to change the way we think about them.
Jane Gallop is the author of nine books and nearly a hundred articles that have provided an influential voice for feminism. Topics which include psychoanalysis and feminism; the Marquis de Sade; feminist literary criticism; pedagogy; sexual harassment; photography; and queer theory.
Cheryl Cohen Greene has been in private clinical practice as a Surrogate Partner and Consultant in Human Sexuality in Berkeley, CA since 1973. She was trained in the Masters and Johnson modality. She was on the training staff of San Francisco Sex Information for 19 years.