We've Got this: Parenting with a disability - Queer, Disabled and parenting

We've Got this: Parenting with a disability - Queer, Disabled and parenting

We've Got this: Parenting with a disability - Queer, Disabled and parenting

We've Got This: Queer, Disabled and parenting

Monday 12 November 2018 9:44AM (view full episode)

What's it like to be a parent with a disability in the LGBTQI community?

When you come from two different marginalised communities, is it easier or harder when you have a child?

Jax Jacki Brown is a queer parent who is a wheelchair user. She feels like people often assume that people with disabilities can't be lovers or parents, and aren't in same sex relationships.

A parent is reading a book to two children who wear matching t-shirts.

 

Jessica Walton, also a queer parent with a disability believes more representation in the media of disabled, queer parents is necessary in changing these misconceptions.

It's the fourth episode of our series, We’ve got this: Parenting with a Disability, produced by Eliza Hull, a mother who has a neurological condition, 'Charcot Marie Tooth'.

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