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Announcing our new Disability Lounge

an illustration of a person using a wheelchairGreat news!  WisCon is incadescently proud to announce our new Disabilities Lounge, for those with disabilities — visible and/or invisible — to connect, decompress, and otherwise hang out in good company.  No need to act tough, happy, grateful, or “inspirational.”  Just bring yourself and be yourself!

We are currently looking for hosts who self-identify as disabled–absolutely no need to tell us how, it’s just important that you do–to help us staff the space. Contact rooms@wiscon.net if you’re interested in helping out.

Safer Space for People with Disabilities

  • contact:  rooms@wiscon.net

Our Disability Lounge is a place for people who are disabled to connect and decompress. The Lounge welcomes those with visible and/or invisible disabilities to join us in a space where we don’t always have to talk about disability (but we can if we want); where there is absolutely no expectation that we act tough, happy, grateful, or “inspirational”; and where we can relax in good company. If you identify as needing this space, it is for you.