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Amanda works in healthcare, is a loudmouthed feminist, and proud supporter of the Oxford comma.

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  1. I feel compelled to say that one of the things that I absolutely adore about the Skepchick network is the coverage of intersection between non-neurotypical presentation and sex/gender identity. Even as a cis-, male, non-autistic-spectrum person, this is incredibly dear to me as a bisexual, otherwise-neuro-atypical, really-believes-in-justice person. So, many thanks for the toast article.

    1. Thank you so much! Intersectionality and representing diverse viewpoints is really important to us and it’s always wonderful to hear from readers who appreciate it.

      And though I’m not on the spectrum, the author’s experience of having her own self-identity ignored and ridiculed by others really resonated with me.

  2. Its important to emphasis that a disability is not a static thing, you still grow old, you still learn, you mature, you cope all in varying degrees, just like the rest of us.

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