The show, Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, was okay— up until the moment that it wasn’t anymore. This review is a snapshot of the devastation autistic people feel in perpetuity when trying to find themselves represented in media.
The Spectrum Critters all have different sensory needs because they all have different ways they see, hear, and feel the world! They want you to know that the way you see things is great too.
There’s no shame in wearing what you need to to feel comfortable! You can read the original bios of the Spectrum Critters Here. Feel free
The Spectrum Critters are back with a message about the difficulty of using your voice. Whether your voice is loud or quiet, written or spoken– or not words at all, the way you communicate is unique and valuable! There’s always someone who needs to hear from you.
Hello, my name is Ra Vashtar, and I’m an autistic artist who’s happy to present my first solo gallery showing, hosted locally and virtually by Oklahomans for Equality.
The Spectrum Critters’ first comic shares a message of positivity.
Artist Ra Vashtar shares a poem reflecting on his LGBTQ+ experience and his solidarity with POC and other marginalized groups.