Where's Lulu

News and Crip Culture


Leave a comment

Accessible Intercourse 14: Totally TBIs with special guest Cheryl Green

It’s been forever, but we finally got it together enough to sit down and make another Accessible Intercourse video, this time featuring an illustrious co-star: Cheryl Green of the upcoming disability film (and blog) Who Am I To Stop It? 

Cheryl’s also the mastermind behind the inspirational public service announcement that Lulu recently did. Below is part one of two episodes we shot. In it, we goss exclusively about traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), with which Cheryl is personally acquainted. Specifically:

  • What are the biggest social/interpersonal changes that happen after you have a TBI?
  • Does experiencing a TBI make you hyper-sexual?
  • What are the biggest myths surrounding TBIs?

As always: Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

Email us a question for the next episode!
Continue reading


Leave a comment

Accessible Intercourse ep. 13: Dating, more dating, and tops vs. bottoms

Back again, with answers to your scorchingest disability questions:

  • When dating online, how much should you reveal about your disability?
  • During sex, are physically disabled people always the ‘bottom’?
  • How do I explain my ‘gross’ disability when I’m on a date?

Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

Email us a question for the next episode, and if we use it, we’ll send you an extremely limited edition Where’s Lulu wallet or bag, designed and manufactured by Toshio’s mom, Carolyn!

Background music used in this episode is stuff we cooked up at home:

STONE FOX (a.k.a. Lulu) – COPACETIC

TOSHIO – MUSHROOM AND THE TREE


Leave a comment

Where’s Lulu Swag: Up for Grabs

Send us questions for the next episode of Accessible Intercourse, and if we use your question, we’ll send you a very, very special gift.

These beauts were created by Toshio’s mom, Carolyn, who made them with her own bare hands. Use them to stash stuff such as money, groceries, and the latest Us Weekly.

Don’t delay, email us today.


Leave a comment

Accessible Intercourse 12. Differently abled: embrace it or objectify it?

We’re back with answers to your scorchingest disability questions:

  • Is it better to say ‘disabled’ or ‘differently abled’?
  • How can a parent make their disabled kid feel like they embrace their disability?
  • Is it always wrong for an able-bodied girl to objectify disabled guys?

Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

Email us a question for the next episode, and if we use it, we’ll send you an extremely limited edition Where’s Lulu wallet or bag, designed and manufactured by Toshio’s mom, Carolyn!

And BTW, the backing track to this episode is “RSVP” by yours truly.


Leave a comment

Accessible Intercourse 11: Smoking Weed and Popping Cherries

We answer your disability questions: Which disabilities can get you a medical marijuana prescription? Do disability simulation exercises work? Should you hire a sex worker for your virgin brother who has cerebral palsy? Email us with your questions. (NSFW)

Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

For the transcript:

Continue reading


1 Comment

Accessible Intercourse 10: Sex Devices and Cripples Under the Influence

We answer your disability-related sex and relationship questions: How many disabled people are out there? Can you get a DUI on a wheelchair? Is there a market for accessible sex devices? Post your questions here. NSFW

Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

For the transcript: Continue reading


Leave a comment

Accessible Intercourse 9: Can paraplegics have sex?

We answer your disability-related sex and relationship questions. This week: 1. deaf people behind the wheel; 2. not using braille signage; 3. sex with feelings.

Post your questions here.

Where’s Lulu takes the irreverent and underappreciated view that disability can be fun(ny). We like to highlight this. Haters can suck it.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.