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Disability and the Question of Sex.

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by guest blogger Alchemy by Amy.

If you are like me, a thirty something disabled person, you may have SO. MANY. QUESTIONS about your own disability. I know I do. Even at the same time as knowing it is frowned upon to ask other disabled people about their disabilities.

For example, if anyone referred to me as differently abled, or told me “you don’t look sick”, or asked me why…

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Elizabeth Wright

Elizabeth Wright

Elizabeth is a disability activist, Paralympic Medalist and keynote speaker on disability, inclusion, and allyship. linktr.ee/elizabethlwright

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