Eva Sweeney is creating Cripping Up Sex With Eva
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My name is Eva Sweeney and I’m here to answer your burning questions. I have been in the sex ed field for over 15 years. I didn’t get into it because I wanted to help people or I was a teacher. Rather, it was because I didn’t find any applicable information for me when I was a teenager. 

I have cerebral palsy which affects my entire body. I use a wheelchair to get around and I’m non-verbal, so I spell out what I want to say on a letter board with a laser pointer on my hat. So in my late teens, I was looking for information about how to incorporate my disability into my sex. I also identify as queer, so that’s a whole other layer.

After calling many disability organizations and asking if they have any information about disability and sex and either being told no or being hung up on, I decided to write a handbook. It talks about how to find queer-friendly aides, how to talk to your partner about your disability, how to adapt sex toys, and how to masturbate if you need assistance. Through this book, I was able to travel the country giving workshops on sex and disability. It was an awesome experience as I had people in their 50s coming to me and saying this was the first time they talked about sex ever!

My experience consists of discussing these topics, among others:
-Presentation of Queer Health to Gay Youth
-Adaptive Sex and Masturbation Techniques
-Different Visions of What we Consider “Pride”
-Sex and Cerebral Palsy
-Queering Gender and Disability
-Disability and Sexuality
-Society’s Fears of Disability
-Dating when Disabled
-Hiring and Managing Personal Care Assistants

I’m friendly, easy to talk to, and have engaged in discussions with people of all different ages, genders, and abilities. Through my workshops I learned how to ease people’s discomfort and create a safe space to talk about sex and disability. No question is too uncomfortable, scary, or embarrassing. I’ve heard it all before and I love discussing it all and sharing what I’ve learned. Also, the questions will be posted anonymously, giving you the freedom to ask what you really want to know! I host a weekly Q & A every Wednesday at 4 pm PST on Facebook Live! So subscribe and send your questions to [email protected] to see the answers and the answers to questions from other people just like you. Who knows, you may find answers to questions you didn’t even know you had!

By contributing to my patreon you will help make it possible for me to create more workshops and other content for the disability community!
Tiers
Skipper
$5 or more per month
  • Access to patron-only content
Becky
$10 or more per month
  • Guarantee your question is answered in the week it is asked
  • Plus previous reward
Miranda
$20 or more per month
  • Digital copy of my book Queers on Wheels
  • Plus all previous rewards
Skipper
$50 or more per month
  • A half an hour private consultation 
  • plus all previous rewards
My name is Eva Sweeney and I’m here to answer your burning questions. I have been in the sex ed field for over 15 years. I didn’t get into it because I wanted to help people or I was a teacher. Rather, it was because I didn’t find any applicable information for me when I was a teenager. 

I have cerebral palsy which affects my entire body. I use a wheelchair to get around and I’m non-verbal, so I spell out what I want to say on a letter board with a laser pointer on my hat. So in my late teens, I was looking for information about how to incorporate my disability into my sex. I also identify as queer, so that’s a whole other layer.

After calling many disability organizations and asking if they have any information about disability and sex and either being told no or being hung up on, I decided to write a handbook. It talks about how to find queer-friendly aides, how to talk to your partner about your disability, how to adapt sex toys, and how to masturbate if you need assistance. Through this book, I was able to travel the country giving workshops on sex and disability. It was an awesome experience as I had people in their 50s coming to me and saying this was the first time they talked about sex ever!

My experience consists of discussing these topics, among others:
-Presentation of Queer Health to Gay Youth
-Adaptive Sex and Masturbation Techniques
-Different Visions of What we Consider “Pride”
-Sex and Cerebral Palsy
-Queering Gender and Disability
-Disability and Sexuality
-Society’s Fears of Disability
-Dating when Disabled
-Hiring and Managing Personal Care Assistants

I’m friendly, easy to talk to, and have engaged in discussions with people of all different ages, genders, and abilities. Through my workshops I learned how to ease people’s discomfort and create a safe space to talk about sex and disability. No question is too uncomfortable, scary, or embarrassing. I’ve heard it all before and I love discussing it all and sharing what I’ve learned. Also, the questions will be posted anonymously, giving you the freedom to ask what you really want to know! I host a weekly Q & A every Wednesday at 4 pm PST on Facebook Live! So subscribe and send your questions to [email protected] to see the answers and the answers to questions from other people just like you. Who knows, you may find answers to questions you didn’t even know you had!

By contributing to my patreon you will help make it possible for me to create more workshops and other content for the disability community!

Recent posts by Eva Sweeney

Tiers
Skipper
$5 or more per month
  • Access to patron-only content
Becky
$10 or more per month
  • Guarantee your question is answered in the week it is asked
  • Plus previous reward
Miranda
$20 or more per month
  • Digital copy of my book Queers on Wheels
  • Plus all previous rewards
Skipper
$50 or more per month
  • A half an hour private consultation 
  • plus all previous rewards