Audio from the session: Access and disability.
How can we make queer spaces and activism more accessible? How does disability shape gender and sexual identities? What are the intersections between disability and marginalised sexualities?
2010s, accessibility, activism, aotearoa new zealand, autism, beyond conference (2013), coming out, depression, disability, diversity, embarrassment, esther woodbury, exclusion, friends, gender, gender identity, homosexual law reform, identity, internet, mental health, neuroqueer, othering, passing, queer, sexuality, support, the queer avengers (wellington), wellington, wellington high school, youth
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