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The Autism Spectrum According to Autistic People

Autism neurodiversity
Autism neurodiversity

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wikipedia.org Article on Sue Rubin

Sue Rubin’s page on Wikipedia was removed due to discrimination and vandalism. In protest, The Aspergian is reposting and editing the pages of nonspeakers.

A card in a person's hand against a blue background. On the card is a poem from Lucy Blackman titled, Voice. The poem read: A triangle in a world of violins, an echo not an original chord, my voice sings for the angels.

Wikipedia.org Article on Lucy Blackman

Anti-autistic editors at Wikipedia have gotten many autistic pages removed from the site because they take issue with the way they learned to communicate. We are republishing the pages in protest.

A white boy looking up and to the right looking concerned, sitting on the floor with his hands around his knees/legs, and a therapist sitting in a chair behind him staring at him with a clipboard. The poster next to the therapist says "autism?"

A Mother’s Fight Against Court-Ordered ABA

One mother’s heartbreaking account of surviving domestic violence and sexual assault, custody battles with the perpetrator, court-ordered ABA therapy, and finding the spirit to keep fighting.

wikipedia.org Article on Sue Rubin

Sue Rubin’s page on Wikipedia was removed due to discrimination and vandalism. In protest, The Aspergian is reposting and editing the pages of nonspeakers.

A card in a person's hand against a blue background. On the card is a poem from Lucy Blackman titled, Voice. The poem read: A triangle in a world of violins, an echo not an original chord, my voice sings for the angels.

Wikipedia.org Article on Lucy Blackman

Anti-autistic editors at Wikipedia have gotten many autistic pages removed from the site because they take issue with the way they learned to communicate. We are republishing the pages in protest.

A white boy looking up and to the right looking concerned, sitting on the floor with his hands around his knees/legs, and a therapist sitting in a chair behind him staring at him with a clipboard. The poster next to the therapist says "autism?"

A Mother’s Fight Against Court-Ordered ABA

One mother’s heartbreaking account of surviving domestic violence and sexual assault, custody battles with the perpetrator, court-ordered ABA therapy, and finding the spirit to keep fighting.

wikipedia.org Article on Sue Rubin

Sue Rubin’s page on Wikipedia was removed due to discrimination and vandalism. In protest, The Aspergian is reposting and editing the pages of nonspeakers.

A card in a person's hand against a blue background. On the card is a poem from Lucy Blackman titled, Voice. The poem read: A triangle in a world of violins, an echo not an original chord, my voice sings for the angels.

Wikipedia.org Article on Lucy Blackman

Anti-autistic editors at Wikipedia have gotten many autistic pages removed from the site because they take issue with the way they learned to communicate. We are republishing the pages in protest.

A white boy looking up and to the right looking concerned, sitting on the floor with his hands around his knees/legs, and a therapist sitting in a chair behind him staring at him with a clipboard. The poster next to the therapist says "autism?"

A Mother’s Fight Against Court-Ordered ABA

One mother’s heartbreaking account of surviving domestic violence and sexual assault, custody battles with the perpetrator, court-ordered ABA therapy, and finding the spirit to keep fighting.