#Pride365: Disability Justice in Queer Communities

This includes, and is possibly amplified, for those who hold intersecting marginalized identities and who were able to find community in ways they may not have been before. Whether it’s being able to hang with friends from bed when you’re having a bad pain day, working in a role that was strictly in-office beforehand when that isn’t accessible to you, or being able to attend an event where you don’t have to have your camera or mic on to participate in, being forced into a more virtual world has given many people the opportunity to participate in a way they haven’t before.