As I have been pointing out for the last few years, the commodification of neurodiversity and the exploitation of autistic people is in full swing.
In this article, Jude Clee takes a brief look at the difficulties that autistic people face when opening up about being autistic and shares some of her experiences.
Nonspeaker Trevor on the aftermath of an autistic meltdown: “The moment my consciousness begins to return from wherever it fled during my meltdown, I am horrified with what transpired.
Bullying is generally thought of as an intentional behavior, but not understanding autistic people can lead to unintentional bullying.
Being unpredictable, inconsistent, and uncommunicative can cause a child a lifetime of writing about managing the unpredictable emotions of everyone around them. Here’s how to avoid that for children in your charge.
Neurodivergent people often express their affection in ways that are not interpreted as love by neurotypicals.
Driving can be an overwhelming and terrifying experience, especially when you’re autistic. So why is it expected of everyone?