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It’s All Right to Cry…

Even when it’s the truth, even when you expect it, even when you long to have the validation of an autistic diagnosis for your child, the tears will still come.

Moving While Autistic

Two autistic people moving, with very different stories and lives: one with a whole family of neurodivergent folks and one moving from a shared support home to an independent house.

A woman with a question mark post it note on her forehead, while looking up at it.

How To Ask An Autistic 101

When parents visit autistic spaces to seek advice about raising autistic children, a few simple tips will help to be respectful to the people you’re approaching and your children.

How I Would Free my Spectrum Daughter

I would grow as a role model for my daughter, a person of inner-security, unconditional love, and acceptance. I would discard robes of non-authenticity, fear-based projection of self onto others, the selfish feeding that society dictates from mass media, big business, and politics.

The Autistic Time Traveller

Aubrey felt the cool mist of the early fall breeze cross her neck. She’d bundled up before leaving her small apartment, taking the stairs down

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