Spring Thing Website Discussion

Speaking as a disabled, queer, woman in the US, I am not offended by the terms “disabled” or “queer”. On the contrary, I feel included by them, and I would have felt so eager to submit my work, had I not seen them.

Thank you, Aaron, for all the hard work you have put into running an inclusive IF competition.


That’s good. I’ve long since conceded my original view on this, there clearly is no problem at all apart from my original perspective on it. Happy to concede and be proved wrong, since this means no one was/is offended by the way it was written.


I just read through the author guidelines and found this spelling error: