Re-growing Queer spaces to include disabled people post-pandemic...

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Article by Artie Carden (they/them)

Image shows a silver laptop on a wooden table, a white women is typing. Next to her is a white mug and a mobile phone.

I have wondered for so many years why I never fully felt ‘right’ in queer spaces. I realised that along with physical conditions, I am also neurodivergent. Many spaces for queer and trans people are not built with disabled people in mind. I don’t want to feel left out of my community again, but I also don’t want to put my body through the torture of inaccessible events anymore.

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