Communication

An Autistic Rat

An Autistic Rat

Autistamatic has created a new retro-futurist video series imagining if the autistic community’s influence had current 50 years ago. As always, these videos are powerful.

The Unintentional Bully

Unintentional Bullies

Bullying is generally thought of as an intentional behavior, but not understanding autistic people can lead to unintentional bullying.

Autism & Movie Talk

Particularly autistic females learn how to camouflage/mask in order to fit in. One of the things we often use is movie talk. What is that?

Selective Mutism: I Have No Mouth. But I Must SCREAM

When spoken language is your primary social survival skill, selective mutism is terrifying to experience. How Johnny Profane ended up with “alcohol abuse” on his record while stone sober.

Three clear honey jars of different shades from light to dark.

Label Jars, Not People

For most of his life, until he started typing, E was identified as a “low-functioning autistic.” These are his thoughts on function labels.

The View from Here – But You Can SPEAK!

Ashna and William are autistic teens who can speak, but the words that come or are often unreliable. They communicate more accurately by spelling to communicate via the rapid promoting method.

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