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Health Equity in Clinical Trials Congress
Atlanta, GA | Link to Register
I'm speaking at 9 am on Weds.
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I'm always looking for new opportunities! Please check out the about link below for more information on my CV, work I've done, and more.
Game Content Triggers DatabaseWhen People ‘Don't Want Us to Exist’: Chronic Pain and LGBTQ+ Patients40 Essential Tips, Rules, And Guidelines For Parents Of Trans KidsI Grew Up in a Haunted House (poem)The Dragon Talk Podcast interviewed me and Dungeons & Diagnoses DM James
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Grayson is a polymath with ADHD (which is probably an oxymoron). A queer, trans, and disabled activist, he works to improve awareness of covered spots while pushing us all to make the work a better place through conversations, research, and equity work. Grayson can usually be found embodying the spirit of an old man while yelling at people on the internet. If he’s not doing that, he might be cooking up a storm, remodeling his first home, hiking with his partner McGravin and their dogs Hank and Dean, or writing.
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Resources I've Created
A Roundup of Posts Against Autism SpeaksAccessibilityAbleismAllyshipBooksCreating An Inclusive Clinic SpaceDating & RelationshipsDiscussing Sex with Health Care ProvidersFavorite ShopsFor Healthcare ProvidersOppressive LanguageSex and Medical Care Survey, 2016Talk Inclusively About Abortion
My Favorite Resources
Genderqueer.meGuide on Anti-Oppression WorkHow Do We Hold Each Other Accountable When We Mess Up?Kink Aware Professionals DirectoryPleasurablePolyamory-Friendly Professionals DirectorySavvy CooperativeThe Gender Binary is a Tool of White SupremacyTrans CARE CollaborativeTransgender Professional Association for Transgender Health (TPATH)We’re All Problematic — Here’s How to Work Through the Issues We PerpetuateWhat is Privilege? The Coin Analogy
Not Standing Still's Disease
Started in 2009, NSSD is where I document my personal health journey and all things rheumatology.
Chronic Sex aims to shed light on the ways illness and disability affect our lives, particularly around self-love, relationships, sex, and oppression.The Chronic Sex Podcast can be found on Anchor FM or wherever you catch your pods.
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