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Gender & Sexuality
For Black women and girls who aren’t “autistic enough”
The world is still inaccessible for us
The siblings of disabled youth are committed to building more accessible worlds
Medical Ableism is a Cultural and Institutional Issue, not an Individual Problem
‘A Million Little Things’ powerfully reflects the truth of many Black folk’s mental health struggle
Chills down my spinal degeneration: Why we need Black queer disabled kink
Associating disability with weakness made it impossible to embrace my autism
UCPD’s shooting of student in mental health crisis highlights the academy’s role in police brutality
Apple proposes to include new emojis that reflect users’ lives with disabilities
“The Shape of Water” and the problem with “privilege”: Escaping oppression at the expense of destroying it
For Black people who avoid mental health treatment for reasons other than our “culture” or fear of malpractice
The Onus of Belonging: On Disability, Disney Princesses, and Finding My Tribe
How heterosexual Black men project the psycho-sexual traumas of the plantation onto our queer brethren
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