Climate change has already impacted the planet and the most vulnerable inhabitants of Earth have been the first to feel its blows. We can’t stop the melting ice, rising temperatures, or global disregard for any action that would be beneficial at this late point in time.
We acknowledge that as disabled people, we are highly at risk in times of climate crisis.
We also acknowledge that some may consider focusing on sex/uality and sex education to be trivial during disrupted times, but we counter-argue: what is disabled life, if not that of disruption?
We live in a world that rarely considers us in its evacuation plans; we are all but forgotten in emergencies. And so, let those of us who wish to, continue to focus on disabled sex education and advocacy, which shall remain important as long as people continue to live.