I am a queer woman suffering from PTSD following domestic violence and sexual assault. Due to my anxiety and agoraphobia, I cannot fly to DC, and may not be able to march locally. I am joining the disability march because I would not be alive today if I had not had access to affordable health care during and after my trauma. I stand in solidarity with everyone who is now in danger of losing access to affordable health care, and by extension, their livelihood and lives.

A young woman with dark red hair and light blue glasses, her head tucked into the crook of her arm. Next to her is a toffee colored cat in a green harness with its eyes closed. They are in an airport terminal which is only possible because of her support animal.

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