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Countdown towards a ban of all forms of conversion therapy

From today we will will start counting the days until all forms of conversion therapies are banned in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our hope is that this page will only need to be appended a few times with further activities to remind the government of its commitment to banning conversion practices and of its commitment to human rights, including all the rights articulated in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which our government has ratified in 2008.

Countdown towards a ban of all forms of conversion therapy

From today we will will start counting the days until all forms of conversion therapies are banned in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our hope is that this page will only need to be appended a few times with further activities to remind the government of its commitment to banning conversion practices and of its commitment to human rights, including all the rights articulated in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which our government has ratified in 2008.

Countdown towards a ban of all forms of conversion therapy

From today we will will start counting the days until all forms of conversion therapies are banned in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our hope is that this page will only need to be appended a few times with further activities to remind the government of its commitment to banning conversion practices and of its commitment to human rights, including all the rights articulated in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which our government has ratified in 2008.

this is a silly picture of a vulnerable plant, but this alt text is for Zane. Communication rights rock. I hate Donald Trump, too. This is a really bad poem.

A poem that shouldn’t exist and isn’t a real poem anyway

This is a poem that isn’t a poem, a defiance against an order, a declaration that shouldn’t exist because some places are not meant to be profaned by words.

Review: Lulu is a Rhinoceros… Plus an April Sneak Peak

Lulu Is a Rhinoceros is a children’s picture book about a Rhinoceros who looks like a bulldog. It’s a mighty and subversive story about living authentically in a culture that values assimilation.

Young boy sitting in an empty space looking sad and a clock sits on a table beside him indicating time-out. Text reads HB 0219 would ban restraint and seclusion in illinois schools

These Illinois Schools Prefer to Endanger Their Disabled Students

Neurodivergent Illinois state Rep. Jonathan Carroll introduced HB 0219 to ban restraint and seclusion in Illinois schools, but some schools are fighting for the torture of school children.

It was behavior therapy all along, and I had absolutely no clue– until now

Alex Sprague is an adult now being forced to recall painful memories of childhood behavior-based therapy that left them with trauma.

ICARS: The Time to End Restraint and Seclusion is Now

Deadly restraints and cruel seclusion have been a harrowing stain on the legacy of disability rights. The time to end these barbaric practices is now.

From Up Here by Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay

Nonspeaking Autistic Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay explores his muteness against the context of the mainstream from his inner world amongst the clouds.

Replacing control with ecologies of care

In our society the fiction of homo economicus manifests itself in the beliefs associated with the language of behaviourism, which exists in multiple dialects, and which has come to permeate and pollute many disciplines in the social sciences

Creative: Hearts of Flesh and Stone

In this fictional analogy, a golden retriever tries to meet the needs of his his jealous and authoritarian master. The symbolism is yours to interpret.

Beauty from Chaos: Autism and vulnerability to abusive relationships

One autistic woman thought she’d met her soulmate when she started dating her partner. She didn’t see the warning signs until it was too late.

Neurotypical People Are Not Trash

“Neuronormativity” means that being neurotypical is the only regular, natural, and valid way to think, feel, behave, and communicate.

this is a silly picture of a vulnerable plant, but this alt text is for Zane. Communication rights rock. I hate Donald Trump, too. This is a really bad poem.

A poem that shouldn’t exist and isn’t a real poem anyway

This is a poem that isn’t a poem, a defiance against an order, a declaration that shouldn’t exist because some places are not meant to be profaned by words.

Review: Lulu is a Rhinoceros… Plus an April Sneak Peak

Lulu Is a Rhinoceros is a children’s picture book about a Rhinoceros who looks like a bulldog. It’s a mighty and subversive story about living authentically in a culture that values assimilation.

Replacing control with ecologies of care

In our society the fiction of homo economicus manifests itself in the beliefs associated with the language of behaviourism, which exists in multiple dialects, and which has come to permeate and pollute many disciplines in the social sciences

Creative: Hearts of Flesh and Stone

In this fictional analogy, a golden retriever tries to meet the needs of his his jealous and authoritarian master. The symbolism is yours to interpret.

Beauty from Chaos: Autism and vulnerability to abusive relationships

One autistic woman thought she’d met her soulmate when she started dating her partner. She didn’t see the warning signs until it was too late.

Neurotypical People Are Not Trash

“Neuronormativity” means that being neurotypical is the only regular, natural, and valid way to think, feel, behave, and communicate.

this is a silly picture of a vulnerable plant, but this alt text is for Zane. Communication rights rock. I hate Donald Trump, too. This is a really bad poem.

A poem that shouldn’t exist and isn’t a real poem anyway

This is a poem that isn’t a poem, a defiance against an order, a declaration that shouldn’t exist because some places are not meant to be profaned by words.

Review: Lulu is a Rhinoceros… Plus an April Sneak Peak

Lulu Is a Rhinoceros is a children’s picture book about a Rhinoceros who looks like a bulldog. It’s a mighty and subversive story about living authentically in a culture that values assimilation.

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