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Domestic Violence

At this point most people are rather familiar with what domestic violence is though sometimes victims will be in complete denile for many reasons trauma bonding being a huge contributing factor. Many think that women and feminine presenting people are always the victims in domestic violence cases (and I will eventually cover the issues womenContinue reading “Domestic Violence”

I See Autistic & NeuroDivergent People Who Don’t KNOW their Minds Work Differently

Patreon Members, Facebook Supporters, and YouTube channel members had access to this video on March 7, 2022. The video’s public release will be May 18, 2022. Thumbnail image is of Lyric, a pale skinned nonbinary human, with short green hair and shaved sides (in need of a haircut). They are sitting in an RV with…Continue reading “I See Autistic & NeuroDivergent People Who Don’t KNOW their Minds Work Differently”

“Canadian autism policy needs to move from a charity perspective to a rights perspective”: Autistic-led groups present before the Canadian Senate

In March 2022, A4A member Anne Borden King delivered a speech before the Canadian Senate on the need for a paradigm shift in federal autism policy. … “Canadian autism policy needs to move from a charity perspective to a rights perspective”: Autistic-led groups present before the Canadian Senate “Canadian autism policy needs to move fromContinue reading ““Canadian autism policy needs to move from a charity perspective to a rights perspective”: Autistic-led groups present before the Canadian Senate”

Tantrum Vs Meltdown

Tantrums Vs Meltdown. This came up today. What is a tantrum? What is a meltdown? What is the difference? Here’s a radical thought in my short experience has a parent. What if there is no real difference? What if a “tantrum” is just an ableist term used to discredit a child or adult feeling earlyContinue reading “Tantrum Vs Meltdown”

An open letter to Kismutt Rescue from Autistic adults in London Ontario:

London Autistics Standing Together is a peer-support and mutual aid network for Autistic Adults living in London Ontario and the surrounding areas. We strongly condemn the recent social media posts and discriminatory practices which you have been promoting. An open letter to Kismutt Rescue from Autistic adults in London Ontario:

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