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Kris Guin is the president and founder of Queerability, a national LGBTQ and disability rights advocacy organization run by and for LGBTQ people with disabilities.“I knew that I had different feelings towards boys and girls and different feelings about my gender I was assigned at birth when I was a young teenager, but I didn’t have the vocabulary to identify as LGBTQ until I was 18 and met openly LGBTQ people for the first time who taught me what being LGBTQ means,” Kris said over e-mail.
Queerability recently collaborated with Campus Pride, an LGBTQ rights organization focused on creating safer college and university campuses to create the Disability Rights Activism for Student Leaders, a resource full of ways to include people with disabilities into LGBTQ student groups.“I love being a part of the queer autistic community,” Kris said.
She was recently recognized for her disability advocacy work as a Champion of Change by the White House on the twenty-third anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Look through the profile previews below to find your perfect date. We have 1000's of singles who have always been looking to meet somebody just like you!You’ve probably given some thought to where you fall on the sexuality spectrum, but what about the neurological spectrum?It’s definitely a look.” Her idea of a perfect date would be one that is quiet.Getting food somewhere at off-peak hours, going to a museum or the movies, watching Netflix. The amount of care she has to take with noise is probably the only distinguishing feature.