GeekDis Information Hub: A month-long discussion of disability representation in pop culture - GeekDis is a collaborative event for members of the disability community to talk about disability representation in pop culture taking place in September 2021! The image shows a living room. On the wall, there is a large banner that reads: "Geek Dis. An open discussion on disability representation in pop culture". The room is furnished with a television and television cabinet along the back wall in the left corner and further to the right along the back wall is a bookshelf. Next to the bookshelf are a pair of crutches leaning against the wall. To the right of the room is a wheelchair with a vibrantly decorated wheel hub. To the left of the room is a teal exercise ball. In the middle of the room is a rectangle coffee table. On the coffee table and the bookshelf, there are a variety of medical supplies that a disabled person might use, such as medication, an ostomy bag, migraine head patches and an inhaler. In the background, a ginger cat sits at a window surrounded by blue curtains with white stars on them.


You’ve found the information hub. Here you can find everything about GeekDis is a month-long discussion event about disability representation in pop culture for members of the disability community taking place every September.

At the moment we are between events. Preparation for 2022 will begin in 2022. If you’re interested in taking part please sign up to my newsletter or follow me on Twitter to be notified.

In the meantime, please enjoy the content from the first event in 2021!

2021 Content

2021 Book Reviews

Content by Other

Check out some of the content that other have created for GeekDis!

For Nondisabled People

While is a collaborative discussion for the disabled community, at the heart of this event is awareness. We’re talking so that you can listen.

I understand that many of you do want to help support the disabled community and, thus, support GeekDis. Below is a link to information about how you can support throughout September.

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