Raymond Aldred is a disabled, Métis philosopher and activist who is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy at McGill University. His present research amalgamates around philosophy of romantic love, but he also dabbles in topics such as indigenous philosophies, disability, sexuality, caregiving, care-receiving, bioethics, neuroethics, and more. Prior to McGill, Ray’s philosophical work explored issues around caregiving, agency, and cognitive disability. For more information, you can look at his CV. When he is not thinking deep thoughts, Ray enjoys learning programming languages, any and all things open source, visual arts, body art, and failing spectacularly at taking care of his house plants.