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Find her online at and on social media @briehalbers.Brianna Albers (she/her) is a content creator living in Minneapolis-St. In 2016, she founded Monstering, a magazine for disabled women and nonbinary people; in 2017, she co-founded ZRIE, a private new media collective.I remember talking to people online and sending them a string of messages, talking about how there have been some less-than-great reactions and how I prefer to just … Like ripping off a Band-Aid: The quicker you do it, the less it hurts..When I tell them about the guy who broke off a budding relationship when I told him I’m in a wheelchair, they range from shocked to incensed.
A multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee, her work can be found in Gravel, Shakespeare and Punk, and Fanzine, among others. That sentence has always been a bit of a kicker to me because I can’t help but think how long do I have to wait?The world of dating has always been a difficult one, disability or not, let’s face it we are dealing with one of our strongest emotions and instincts.I tend to overshare, especially when I’m anxious, so when it comes to dating, it takes everything in me not to just … And my little dating experiment has really forced me to come to terms with how averse I am to vulnerability — at least when it comes to dating.I’ve written several columns on love, my pursuit of love, and the voice in my head that tells me I don’t deserve love, but it’s something different altogether to actually fan fiction — because words are how I manifest love. Talking to people on Ok Cupid and fielding questions about my disability are hard.