Thread of threads (Probably mostly either ones I was involved in, or ones that I find valuable to share)
I'll start this off with this explanation of why I'm a bi lesbian, not just a lesbian, and a very basic explanation of one issue with the extremely transphobic "non-men" definition.
Not an actually important one, I just thought I looked very nice.
Personal experience example of exclus being bigoted, violent, etc.
I'm just trying to get all the threads I was involved in in here, I guess? This is also just a fun one, nothing serious/important.
Thread by mykola on being autistic and ADHD, linked to my Google Doc discount-thread-reader-app-unroll because that bot has gone to shit, and I want to have an archive of it just in case. (It's a reply to op's qrt of the actual thread, you can get to it from the linked tweet.)

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5 Apr
I think we've talked about this here before, but I don't think I have, and we left the house twice in the past week or two, so I'm thinking about it again.
The difference in how people treat you with a cane and how they treat you without one is shocking. We're getting used (1/?)
to the new treatment now, but it's still so different. The one time we rode the bus, it was a vastly different experience, even ignoring the changes due to COVID. In a thrift store, an elderly shopper was very apologetic for accidentally getting in our way. (2/?)
In Hot Topic, an employee moved a chair out of our way, and other shoppers were also much more apologetic/accommodating/polite than strangers tend to be.
In a Walmart, when we saw a visibly distressed, shivering, and alone dog wearing a service dog vest, who was trying (3/?)
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