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The Autism Spectrum According to Autistic People

Autism neurodiversity

Harmful “advocacy”

Nickelodeon: It’s Time to Listen

Nickelodeon promoted Autism Speaks and deleted over 1000 comments from autistic people who asked them to support autistic lead advocacy organizations.

The Unintentional Bully

Unintentional Bullies

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

How mastering the Vault taught me better advocacy

It doesn’t speak to me about grit or determination or courage or tenacity either, though for some it might. For me it speaks about the importance of understanding that success consists of living, sometimes for excessively tedious amounts of time in a predominant state of failure.

Nickelodeon: It’s Time to Listen

Nickelodeon promoted Autism Speaks and deleted over 1000 comments from autistic people who asked them to support autistic lead advocacy organizations.

The Unintentional Bully

Unintentional Bullies

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

How mastering the Vault taught me better advocacy

It doesn’t speak to me about grit or determination or courage or tenacity either, though for some it might. For me it speaks about the importance of understanding that success consists of living, sometimes for excessively tedious amounts of time in a predominant state of failure.

Nickelodeon: It’s Time to Listen

Nickelodeon promoted Autism Speaks and deleted over 1000 comments from autistic people who asked them to support autistic lead advocacy organizations.

The Unintentional Bully

Unintentional Bullies

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

How mastering the Vault taught me better advocacy

It doesn’t speak to me about grit or determination or courage or tenacity either, though for some it might. For me it speaks about the importance of understanding that success consists of living, sometimes for excessively tedious amounts of time in a predominant state of failure.