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Jennifer Kretchmer

Jennifer Kretchmer is a producer, writer, actor, streamer & disability advocate. She’s the executive producer and co-creator of the hit tabletop series Monsters and Fables, which airs on the official Dungeons & Dragons channel, and she has appeared as a guest on numerous shows for Geek and Sundry, Machinima, and Saving Throw, among others, and is …

Annie Elainey - YouTuber, Artist, Advocate for Body Positivity, Gender, Race, LGBTQ+, Disability, Chronic Illness, Mental Health

Annie Segarra

Annie Segarra (aka Annie Elainey) is a content creator, YouTuber, and intersectional activist. Recently diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome; after her health took an abrupt decline, she focused on her health and creating content. Her video channel and blog cover many topics such as disability, body image, media representation, LGBTQ, and other aspects of her identity, as well as reviews, …

Illlustration by Lio @kroovv of Sara @mustangsart TTRPG combat wheelchair.

Sara (@mustangsart)

Sara (aka @mustangsart on the socials) believes that, “When a person opens a TTRPG book for the first time, they should be able to see themselves in its artwork and its writing. Anyone can be a hero, and disability needs to stop being portrayed in such a negative light.” Sara provides the work she feels …

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How to ADHD

How to ADHD, spearheaded by Jessica McCabe, spreads awareness for ADHD and provides ADHD-friendly tools that can make life with it less challenging, more awesome. She releases a new video on her popular YouTube channel every other Thursday. She also does advocacy work beyond the videos, writing articles, speaking on podcasts, giving TEDx talks — …

Sample cartoon strip from ADHD_Bri, a popular web comic about having ADHD.

ADHD_Bri

Bri, the creator of the popular comic ADHD_Bri, started drawing comics after receiving a late ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive diagnosis at the age of 29. Upon learning about ADHD, Bri’s whole world “started to make sense.” In order to process all this new information and how it applied to herself, she began writing down scenarios and drawing …

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Alice Wong

Alice Wong is a disabled activist, writer, media maker, and consultant. She’s the founder and director of the Disability Visibility Project, an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture created in 2014. Alice is also a co-partner in four projects: DisabledWriters.com, a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, #CripLit, …

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POWER NOT PITY

POWER NOT PITY is a podcast by Bri M, a Black, Jamaican, disabled, non-binary queer person who loves telling stories. Bri started the podcast to help address a dire lack of media created about disabled people of color. POWER NOT PITY amplifies the voices of the disabled people of color community everywhere. Using candid interviews, analysis …

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Ana Mardoll

Ana Mardoll is a writer, known for the Earthside book series (modern paranormal-romance books set in Texas) and Rewoven Tales, as well as many published short stories and xer Ramblings blog, Shakesville pieces, Twitter rants, Furiosa review on The Mary Sue, or “that one Ross Geller post I wrote which went briefly internet-viral.” Mardoll is a a self-described “fat, physically disabled, mentally …

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Teespoonie

Teespoonie is Teona, a multi-disabled and neurodivergent Black non-binary woman who’s a writer, college student and self-described “chaotic cripple” creating educational articles on Blackness, disability & neurodivergence. She became disabled a few short years ago and in the process of seeking treatment, began to realize she’s been disabled since childhood. She decided she wanted to write …