Robin Beattie-Wilson is a speaker and sex and disability educator based in Oakland, California. Among her many speaking engagements include being a keynote speaker at the Guelph Sexuality Conference and presenting at the AVN Adult Novelty Expo
In his late 30s, Andrew Gurza is a well-known face within the disability community. The disability and sex educator appeared in the recent Queer As Folk reboot, which showed how he uses his everyday sling as an assistive device for sex.
Gurza is also the co-founder of the sexual wellness startup Bump’n, which sells a huggable sex pillow made for and by people with disabilities.
Disability and sex educator Ryann Mason is a wheelchair user with Ehlers-Danos syndrome. The San Diego nurse hosts Dildos & Dislocations, a sex education show that answers anonymous questions from both disabled and non-disabled people.
Cripping Up Sex is run by sex and disability educator Eva Sweeney, a woman in her late 30s with cerebral palsy. She became interested in accessible sex education as a queer teenager when she was unable to find adequate information.
Now with more than 15 years of experience as a disability and sex educator, Eva offers various accessible sex education workshops and private consultations. Being nonverbal, she teaches sex positions with dolls and communicates with aids.
Based in California, Sweeney is based in California, United States, and offers her services virtually as well as by phone and text.