Latest Episodes

Episode 100: Disabled Bodies Are… Weird

Can we just… talk about how weird disabled bodies are? That’s what we did in this episode. Click here for a transcript from this episode. Thank you to Aeroflow...

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Episode 99: Too Much and Never Enough

Have you as an advocate ever been told you’re too radical? How about not radical enough? Us too. Let’s talk about it. A transcript for this episode can be...

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Episode 98: Internalized Ableism

NB: Emily and I say a lot of ableist things in this episode which we are directing only to ourselves. Not to each other, and not to you. We...

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Episode 97: The Accessible Stall and Alex Parker

This episode is full of gems of wisdom. Emily and Kyle sit down with Alex Parker, a 4th grade teacher from Illinois who works with a non-profit organization called...

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Episode 96: Story Time VI

It’s about time we talked about where we’ve been. Good news! We’re back on track. Bad news? Emily broke her leg. Doctors found out that her bones are in...

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Episode 95: We’re SO Tired…

We’re talking to our disabled audience now. Are you all here? Good. Can we talk? Are you guys all tired too? Because we really, really are. A transcript for...

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Behind The Mic

Emily Ladau

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Emily Ladau is a passionate disability rights activist, writer, speaker, and digital communications consultant. She loves the color turquoise, peacocks, and chai lattes. Her alter-ego is Leslie Knope.

Kyle Khachadurian

Show Host

Kyle Khachadurian is not as cool as Emily and has never been on Sesame Street. By day, he works at a non-profit doing their communications work. By night he co-hosts and produces this podcast.

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