Georgia Cranko is an innate social agitator, a wannabe poet and an incidental artist with a sharp wit and passion for challenging the normative social consciousness. With a unique voice, a quirky body and an equally quirky mind, she feels compelled to share her lived experiences just in case they help to positively change the world ever so slightly. She gives presentations and lectures on identity politics, disability, communication and non-sense to university classes, disability organisation, and whoever else shows a faint interest. She enjoys researching, she writes persistently and even is published sometimes, most notably in the Guardian. She is genderqueer, an avid feminist, and also a cultural theory nerd, who has an inherent ability to organise for social change and bring out the best in people. Her political resistance is about carving out hopeful, nourishing and accessible ways forward in these turbulent times.