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So it is a community consisting of many disabled men, mostly female devs and gay male devs too.
I have just finished putting together my talk for the NAIDEX show.
I am giving 2 seminars at the show, one on Tuesday and the second on Thursday.
I can certainly understand that some people would feel a sense of resentment at someone finding pleasure in what is probably a significant source of pain for them.
I also note the behavior of some devotees, writing extremely unpleasant things, harassing people, stealing pictures off Facebook, etc. It reminds me of the situation in the Muslim world where you have a small insane minority grabbing all the attention and giving a pretty bad impression to the rest of the world about a huge and diverse group of people.