(Cross-posted on A[Squared] - Life with Autism and Anxiety ) One of the most painful things that I’ve learned living with autism is the misnomer that neuro-typical people think that people with ASD can simply control their symptoms. The psychological and physical outbursts that stem from having autism are somehow controllable in the minds of a majority… Continue reading Control the Uncontrollable
I've started a blog that deals strictly with Autism and Anxiety and how my life, and others are affected by it while living in a near-typical world. Please feel free to follow my new blog and share it. If you would like to share something that's happened to you as a non-neuro-typical individual, please feel… Continue reading Neuro-typical Privilege
The recurring theme in healthcare when it comes to being transgender is either lack of knowledge or outright discrimination, both of which I have experienced at the hands of doctors sworn to first do no harm according to the Hippocratic oath traditionally taken by doctors. The most recent case of discrimination I've experienced has been… Continue reading Medical Nightmare
I can't count how many times I have had someone tell me that I couldn't possibly be autistic because I didn't "act" like it. I have even had people tell me that my son wasn't autistic by one of his previous teachers because "she knew autism and she just didn't see it" in my son.… Continue reading #SheCantBeAutistic
So I ask you, Sam's Club, one question: What do you have against people with disabilities, more specifically, people with autism?
So I am left to wonder if Sam’s Club really cares about it’s disabled members. It’s clear from the behaviour of the representatives today that they don’t listen to their members with autism when they clearly communicate that they are unable to do something.
Being autistic is a challenge that can be very trying even on your best day. From my experience, people don’t generally think like I do or even process information the same way I do. Bluntly put, I am the odd man out when compared with society. Due to my trouble with noise, I cannot live… Continue reading FB Group: Autistic Adults