People of Color

Poetry: AuDHD

Emmanuel Abua considers the duality and sometimes polarizing reality of being both autistic and ADHD.

Hypermobility Pain Hacks

Many autistic people suffer with chronic joint pain due to co-occurring conditions. Here’s how one autistic woman found some relief.

Poetry: The Road. 

Anantha Krishnamurthy with another powerful poem that stands as a challenge to all that is wild and free within the soul of readers.

The Performance of April and Autism Awareness Month

April is essentially a cash grab. April is a soapbox for well-meaning organizations and corporations to bank on us. We’re the inspiration porn, the example to strive for, the burden to be eased that’s big money to them.

April Is…

April is for affirmation, inclusion, empowerment, and accomodation! Center Autistic voices. Unlearn ableist concepts. Actively dismantle ableist and neurobigoted structures and systems. Seek out advocates,

Note to your younger self: Invisible magic

“Little Black Autistic Girl, what will the world do with you? Will they forget you? Will you go down in history as an overlooked and unsung hero that deserved more recognition while they were around?”

Dear Fellow Black Autistic, Your Autistic Experience Looks Different,

“From picking your afro because the motion is soothing, to twerking and playing with your braids, to repeating that one itch-scratching line in the rap song you love over and over again… It’s the way that you put on lipgloss even though you just put it on three minutes ago because the motion is soothing.”

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