Interesting. Labels. I see both sides. One is to create or help create awareness in society. Other I can see why. You see the person not their label. That comes from understanding due to your own personal experiences like BP.
When it comes to diversity I can assure you neurodivergent conditions is not accepted or widely understood by the general population. You guys are definitely not the general population.
Sexuality, race, religion, gender expression, disability, family responsibilities are on the fore and ask for acceptance and/or accommodations.
Many diverse groups ask for accommodations, understanding or no bigotry. Perhaps that's the driving force?
Hey or some people use their kids for attention. Munchausen syndrome by proxy is a thing.
Over sharing is also a means to connect or try to connect.
Autism isn't a label it's a medical condition just as bipolar disorder is.