Peer Reviewed Articles

1) “My Blessed Child Doesn’t Need to Know About That: How Should Sexual Health Educators Confront the Challenge of Religious Pluralism in Working with Individuals Who Have Intellectual Disabilities?” Ethics, Medicine, and Public Health, Volume 5, April-June 2018, pages 8-17.

2) “Sexual Intimacy, Social Justice, and Severe Disabilities: Should Fair Equality of Opportunity in Health Extend to Surrogate Partner Therapy?” The Journal of Philosophy, Science, & Law: Special Disability Issue, Volume 14, Issue 3, July 2, 2014, pages 4-15.

Non-Peer Reviewed Commentaries in Academic Journals  

1) “Is Disney Disabling?”  Disability & Society, Volume 33, Issue 8, 2018, pages 1366-1371. DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1498573.

2) “Ableism, Ambiguity, and the Anna Stubblefield Case” Disability & Society, Volume 32, Issue 10, 2017, pages 1666-1670.

Chapters in Edited Collections and Textbooks

1) “Guests with Autism and Reasonable Accommodations at Disney” ch. 21 in Business Cases in Ethical Focus, Broadview Press, 2019, pages 179-189. Purchase Here

2) “Accommodating Dory, but Disempowering Dopey? Dilemmas of Disability in Disney Animated Films, from Snow White to Finding Dorych. 6 in Disney and Philosophy: Truth, Trust, and a Little Bit of Pixie Dust, Blackwell’s Philosophy and Popular Culture series, Wiley-Blackwell Press, 2019, pages 59-69. Purchase Here

Articles for Popular Media

1) “Disney rides thrill me as a wheelchair user. But park changes for disabled visitors ruin the fun” The Los Angeles Times Opinion Section, December 13th, 2019 Also published in print as “Disability and Disney Parks: Not as Magical a Pairing”.

2) “Sexuality in the time of Trump” The Conversation, January 4, 2017 Reprinted in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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