I don’t have the best language for this, so bear with me:

It strikes me as odd—or maybe it doesn’t—that so many disabled people react so similarly to transabled people as radfems do to transgender folks. The whole concepts of appropriating space and experiences, all that. Disability is just as nuanced and fluid as gender. It’s neither static nor locked—and I think to rely on such definitions is to give too much credence to a purely medical medical model of disability. Thoughts?