Selected essay published in A Shadow Map: An Anthology By Survivors of Sexual Assault (Civil Coping Mechanisms 2017), edited by Joanna C. Valente.

The Importance of Finding Family,” The New York Times.

My childhood best friend broke my heart. Years later, she’s the perfect double-date,” The Washington Post.

Why Queer Couples Don’t Marry as Young as Straights,” Vice.

Here’s Why Student Loan Debt is a Disability Rights Issue,” Rooted in Rights.

How YA Literature Is Leading the Queer Disabled Media Revolution,” Bustle.

Why the Publishing Industry Can’t Get Disability Right,” The Establishment.

Please offer me a seat,” The Boston Globe.

LGBTQ+ Diversity In YA Novels Is Getting Better, But Queer Girls Are Still Being Left Behind,” Bustle.

Why The Publishing Industry Needs To Be More Inclusive Of Autistic And Disabled People,” Bustle.

What I Wish I Knew in High School as a Queer Person with Disabilities,” Vice (also in the Power and Privilege print issue).

My Dad Taught Me How to Shave My Legs,” Cosmopolitan.

Who Decides What Professional Clothing Is?” Racked.

We Need to Stop Talking About Disability as a Burden,” Tonic on Vice.

No Other Options,” The Rumpus.

How I Use Fashion As a Form of Self-Care,” Allure.

This nonbinary wedding planner is breaking boundaries in the industry,” Equally Wed.

What “Everything, Everything” Gets Wrong About Living As a Disabled Person,” Teen Vogue.

I Changed My Name After I Was Raped,” Narratively. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

How to deal if you’ll be separated from your significant other over the holidays (and you don’t want to be),” HelloGiggles

“Coming Out” as Face Blind,” The Week.

What Women In Publishing Really Think About ‘The Bold Type’,” Bustle.

Haircuts Are a Shorthand for Trauma on Television,” Racked.

I Came Out Online 10 Years Ago. Love, Simon Matters To Teens,” Ravishly.

I Lost Both My Mom and My Best Friend Unexpectedly,” Seventeen.

8 myths and 5 truths about millennials,” The Boston Globe Magazine.

7 Ways To Support The Diverse Books Movement, According To Experts And Activists,” Bustle.

This Is What No One Tells You About Being Evicted,” HuffPost.

Why Diverse Genre Fiction Is Important, And How To Get It Right,” Ravishly.

LGBTQ+ And Disabled Characters Deserve To Be Single In Literature, Too,” Bustle.

Some dads intimidate their daughters’ dates. Mine was always accepting,” The Washington Post.

Alive, Disabled, and Essential: How Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows Series Made Me Feel Real,” Brooklyn Magazine.

How To Support Your Suicidal Parent,” The Establishment.

I’m Autistic. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Support Me at Work,” Everyday Feminism.

I had to come out twice — as queer and as disabled,” HelloGiggles.

Autism On Television Needs More Diverse Representation,” Teen Vogue.

New Lawsuit Tackles the Notorious Inaccessibility of the NYC Subway System,” Rooted in Rights.

I’m An Activist — Am I Allowed To Unplug From The Internet?,” The Establishment.

Learning To Love My Purple Sparkly Cane,” Ravishly.

I learned to survive my sexual assault by writing love letters,” Equally Wed.

I Don’t Want to See Photos of Your Kids on Facebook,” Cosmopolitan.

What it’s like to survive the loss of your mother,” HelloGiggles.

Why I Changed My Name After I Was Raped,” Marie Claire.

Why You Need to Start Including Disabled People In Your Health Care Activism,” The Establishment.

We spoke to the couple behind that epic Brooklyn Bridge basketball photo,” Equally Wed.

Haters Gonna Hate, But I’m Still Gonna Wear Striped Socks, Tiny Hats & Tutus,” Seventeen.

My girlfriend is my high school sweetheart — this is how we’ve made it work all these years,” HelloGiggles.

Why are these housing markets so hot? Homeowners and house hunters explain,” The Boston Globe Magazine

How to date a disabled person and be a loving ally to them,” Equally Wed.

How to Pick a Perfume When You Can’t Smell,” Racked.

I was raised by a single mom. I always wanted to be one, too,” The Washington Post.

What It Means To Be Highly Empathetic, And Autistic,” The Establishment.

How ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Helped Me Deal With My Rape,” Teen Vogue.

We need to stop shaming “fakers” for using accessible parking spots — and start understanding what disability really looks like,” HelloGiggles.

I Discovered Gilmore Girls After My Mom Died, and it Helps Me Remember Her,” Bust.

Surviving Autumn Without My Mom,” Ravishly.

We spoke to the couple behind that epic Harry Potter proposal,” Equally Wed.

I spoke to the woman behind the viral #DisabledAndCute hashtag about intersectionality,” HelloGiggles.

How This Fantasy YA Series Helped Me Better Understand What It Means To Be A Rape Survivor,” Bustle.

How Media Prevents Us From Truly Empathizing With Disabled Characters,” The Establishment.

Why My 2017 Resolution Is To Read More Diverse Books,” Bustle.

My Mom’s Rape Destroyed Her, but She Inspired Me to Survive My Own,” Cosmopolitan.

What Jessica Jones Means for a Queer Rape Survivor,” AfterEllen.

I Already Look Young, and Getting Braces at 18 Made it Worse,” Seventeen.