’ I always reply, ‘Well if you think about it, I haven’t really changed professions.It’s all about whether or not you’re gonna get screwed.’” Standing at 3’10” with a rare type of dwarfism called Kniest, Naccarato has become something of a pioneer in the Little People of America community.Q: What did the midget say when I asked him for a dollar? A: "Sorry, I'm a little short" Q: Why do midgets always laugh when playing soccer? Q: What is the difference between a clever midget and a venereal disease? A: Short changed Q: What is the definition of "pissed off"? A: One is a cunning runt, and the other is a running cunt. A: When he is standing next to your miss saying her hair smells nice Q: Why can't midgets wear tampons?
“As a former IRS agent of 23 years,” she quips, “people ask, ‘How did you shift from working in the tax field to sexology?
She was a speaker at their conference earlier this month in San Diego where she broke through conservative boundaries to talk the ins and outs of sex, intimacy, and lovemaking with the various limitations that may come with life as a person of short stature.
Born and raised in Los Angeles to a Sicilian Catholic father and a Moroccan Jewish mother, Naccarato found herself in the sex counseling and education field by accident.
But ever since I saw the term “midget dating” pop up in the course of my keyword research, I haven’t been able to let it go. To be fair, small people don’t ask to be born that way. But nevertheless we are faced with these issues, and by keeping them quiet – by treating people who are “different” – whatever that actually means in a universe of infinite diversity – with kit gloves, we inadvertently accentuate the isolation, inequality, and difference.
What goes through the mind of someone who types this into a search engine? And it doesn’t come from a place of judgement, but pure curiosity. Note: It occurs to me that this is a touchy subject, and that there’s a great chance i’m going to upset someone just by writing about it. To be fair, nobody asks to be born the way they are. So how is it fair that people can be forced to grapple with questions like this through no fault of their own? This, I think, is my principle criticism of political correctness.