“I have seen the shadow of doubt, and I went out and bought a floodlight with extra batteries.”
The five months since I was “officially” diagnosed with autism have been a whirlwind of discovery, namely finding other autistic women like me, and finding
The Neurodiversity Movement is a mutiny, and it’s unapologetic, alive, and kinetic. No more can the autism-as-wretched-waif paradigm survive the cultural landscape of Neurodiversity.
Don’t Tell Me Life’s too hard I’ve come this far To go nowhere Why the blank stare? Don’t tell me you’ve been there. I don’t
The bitter irony of his dressing in black was not lost on me. He smiled a hopeful smile, before walking into the “job interview practice”
On why self-diagnosis is valid and how to accept yourself as belonging to the autistic community (Part 2 of 2).
This article is long. It used to be longer. The original intro is now its own article exploring the division between neurodiversity advocates and everyone
#Puppetgate went viral on social media when a UK theatre announced a play with an autistic puppet who looked like the devil’s worst nightmares. On the script…
On why self-diagnosis is good and you should do it, actually. (Part 1 of 2)
A case study demonstrating how communication differences can cause conflict in the workplace.