I tried to think of a catchy title but couldn't think of one better than this young person's name.
When Rainbow Hunt was growing up, he was diagnosed with an intellectual disability. With that kind of label, it's easy for a child to feel isolated, even at schools that believe in truly inclusive education. But that's not what Hunt remembers most when he thinks of growing up and being left out.
Today, as a gay man in the process of becoming a transgender woman, it is his sexual journey that stands out in his memory.
"I was marginalized more because of my sexuality than my disability," he told a class at Ryerson University's school of disability studies this month.