I've added quite a few new links to my blogroll lately. The bottom half is mostly nondisabled online feminist friends I like to keep tabs on: Who can resist the culinary wonder that is Knife-Wielding Feminists? Or information all about lizard shit from my friend Zoe?
But back to the crip stuff:
- Edge-Centric, the new blog by Mary Johnson, editor of Ragged Edge, already has several must-read musings about the disability experience. I'm particularly happy to see her ranting a bit about the failure of popular culture and the general public (and the Supreme Court) to see disability bigotry and discrimination as a parallel experience to racism. It's a nail I've thought lately needs to be hammered at long and hard.
- The Adventures of Gimpy Girl hasn't been updated in a couple months, but perhaps that's because the intrepid traveler who writes there is off to parts unknown. Behold beautiful pictures and commentary that make me greedy for more.
- Blind Chance is an audio blog. There's some fascinating stuff in the archives that I plan to spend some time with, partly in hopes of keeping this blog as accessible as it can be.
- Disability is an Art... is a new endeavor by Scott Laurent based on some crip culture statements by Neil Marcus. Marcus has said that disability is "an ingenious way to live."