Cheyenne Thornton reviews Kiss and Repeat, a YA novel with a neurodivergent protagonist with Tourette’s. Read how Cheyenne felt about this debut novel by autistic author Heather Truett.
Cheyenne Thornton explores the common argument in behaviorism that ABA is appropriate for Black autistics because they need to be able to mask to avoid police violence.
Listening to the wrong people can have a devastating impact on the Autistic community. The right organizations can push us into a more inclusive and accepting future for Autistic children.
Autistic people have lived under decades of the weight of the wrong information from the wrong people. Cheyenne explores the systemic impact of manipulative “awareness organizations.”
Hours after Music was nominated for a Golden Globe, Sia apologized that she had been listening to the wrong people. Who are those wrong people, and who should be listened to instead?
Title: Being Autistic: Nine adults share their journeys from discovery to diagnosis Edited By: Caroline Hearst Notable Selection: The Ground Under My Feet Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free from AutAngel in exchange for an honest review. There’s a certain feeling that comes over you when you pick up the perfect […]
Sometimes, doctors and therapists neglect to consider that they are the reason their clients are experiencing depression.