Relationships & sex 6 Comments

Does basic instinct = basic right? The honest courtesan’s view

Following on from Ben Davies’ recent article on relationships, we received a flurry of emails, comments and posts on the subject of paying for sex. At Disability Horizons, we thought

Entertainment 3 Comments

Accessing the world of photography!

Ever wanted to take up photography? Disability Horizons profiles the fantastic work of The Disabled Photographers’ Society! The Disabled Photographers’ Society is a little known charity, or so we keep

Lifestyle 0 Comments

2011: The year I aimed for the stars

As we come to the end of the year, DH co-editor Martyn Sibley shares some thoughts of the year that has been. My fellow co-editor of up and coming magazine

Entertainment 1 Comment

A trip to the National Gallery and the Brixton Academy

DH’s co-editor, Srin, took a bit of time out recently from lawyering in the City and helping to run this fine publication to enjoy a concert at The Brixton Academy

Lifestyle 0 Comments

A Merry Christmas!

…”Dashing through the snow In a one horse open [wheelchair] O’er the fields we go [and get stuck] Laughing [and crying] all the way Bells on [back castor wheels] ring

Travel 0 Comments

Discovering Dundee

Following last year’s successful trip to Stirling, regular DH contributor, Carrie-Ann and her fiancé returned to Scotland, this time to check out Dundee’s accessibility. We were really excited to be

Lifestyle 0 Comments

The Model Interview: Q&A with Shannon Murray

Shannon Murray is a model, actress, writer and TV presenter from the UK who has trailblazed the way forward in raising the profile of disabled people in mainstream media. Last

Employment 2 Comments

A tale of fate, irony and happy endings

New DH contributor, Jane Hatton, a finalist of the Stelios Disabled Entrepreneurs Award in 2008, founded and runs Evenbreak, a not-for-profit specialist job board for disabled job seekers. Jane shares

Entertainment 0 Comments

When poetry should be prescribed

New DH contributor, David McDonald, a veteran of the British Army shares a moving article about the inspiration behind his poetry and how it has helped him deal with the

Lifestyle 0 Comments

Differently Disabled

…”Suddenly I am differently disabled and frankly it’s a bit of a shock”… says new DH contributor, Mark Wilson, who shares this insightful article on how his life changed when

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