My writing can be found here:
Federal disability law must tackle more than just discrimination in employment
Reporters Need To Hold Montreal Metro’s Accessibility Issues To Account
When Inacessibility Gets in the Way of Dating
The Future is Accessible
10 things you can do now (like, this week!) to make Canada a better place
Montreal has a long way to go on accessibility
Disability in KidLit
Review: Handbook for Dragon Slayers by Merrie Haskell
Canadian Women’s Foundation
Mixed Messages: Ableism in Dating
Montreal Media Coop
Trapped in the Turnstile: Reflections on the Inaccessibility of the Montreal Transit System
Locked on the 105: The Night an STM Bus Driver Held Me Captive
Underwater City Project blog
Life and Death by Wheelchair Accessible Taxi in Whitehorse
Cane-walking the Maple Spring
A story of two depanneurs
Good Crip/ Vindictive Crip
There’s something absolutely necessary about mobility
More from the Underwater City Project blog here
What’s your ‘Handicap’? Reflections on the Word and the Week.
C’est quoi ton handicap? Réflexions sur le mot et la semaine
When inaccessibility gets in the way of dating
To the person going on a first date and wondering if/ how to share their illness/ disability with the lucky date
Sex-myth busting time!
Sex positions for those with disabilities
Positions, positions, positions!
Sex doesn’t have to be gymnastic
Louw, A., Louw, A. 2015. Following women’s lead: Male involvement in violence prevention programming. Agenda Feminist Media Journal. Durban: 2015.
Louw, A. 2012. Our House: Creating Space in Canada through Self Expression. The Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Political Science Essays (CUJPSE). Montreal: 2012.
Recently, I have been taken on as a regular guest blogger for The Geeky Gimp and a Life contributor at The TempestTo stay up-to-date, follow me on Twitter: @aimeelouw1
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[Three stick figures holding hands with the letters FQPN below. ACSEXE+ sexuality, access and disability in Quebec in white overlaid on a close up image of a purple feather boa.]
[A diagonal W shape with colours: red-pale blue-yellow-violet. Written in black beside this logo: Canadian Women’s Foundation]
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