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Mina – I love this reply. You are so right that too often, persons with disabilities are considered gender- (and sex-) less. I remember one woman with disability activist speaking to a women’s rights funder and telling them that she was tired of having her application forwarded to disability funders. She was a woman first! We humans do have trouble with complex and intersectional identities. We like to silo identities and issues and approaches. But life is so much more complicated and interwoven. Thank you for lifting this up!