I simply have a queer mind. I constantly wondered whether I was a true bisexual because I felt attraction stronger to one sex over the other. While there is no conclusive evidence in terms of the genetics there are some interesting results. But I do think that in a world that was made for individuals, being a twin can definitely feel disabling or at least limiting at times. By the sci-fi like photo posted at the top a self-portrait of mine and 2. We shared the same friends, the same car, worked at the same place.
Another aspect of crip theory that could be applied to twinness is the idea of non-verbal communication.
In moving forward to the future, I hope that our society shift from their strict mentality that there is a normate. Not that far into the past the LGBT community was viewed through the medical lens versus the cultural and social lens it is typically viewed through today. I think that cripping individuality is when two people, or maybe more, purposely choose to live as one.
Because LGBT youth experience more negative sexual-health outcomes than their heterosexual peers, they would especially benefit from effective and inclusive sex education.