Queer Crips - Disabled Gay Men and Their Stories by Bob Guter & John R. Killacky
2004 - Paperback
Queer Crips: Disabled Gay Men and their Stories reverberates with the sound of "cripgay" voices rising to be heard above the din of indifference and bias, oppression and ignorance. This collection of compelling first-person narratives is at once assertive, bold, and groundbreaking, filled with characters - and character. Through the intimacy of one-on-one storytelling, gay men with mobility and neuromuscular disorders, spinal cord injury, deafness, blindness, and AIDS, fight isolation from society - and each other - to establish a public identity and a common culture.