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Jamie Hale is a poet, essayist, and health and social care policy researcher based in London, UK, whose work explores the embodied experience of impaired bodies, and the social experience of disabled bodies. Jamie has had writing published in the Guardian, the New Statesman, the Wellcome Collection and Rooted in Rights, and poetry in publications including the Rialto and Poetry Quarterly. They are also studying for a Master’s degree in the Philosophy, Politics and Economics of health at UCL.
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Disabled people are often wrongly assumed not to have sexuality or interest in sex! Here, Jamie Hale reels off 5 things you need to know about being disabled and LGBTQ...
30 Jul 2019
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