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"The title of the book should be enough for anyone who wants to know, know more or know anything, about autism and #Autistics to buy it and read it." Amy Sequenzia

"The title of the book should be enough for anyone who wants to know, know more or know anything, about autism and to buy it and read it.

Lots of information about autism by autistics is out there. The problem is that it’s been buried

Autism Doesn’t Make Me Blue: How to Support Autistic People This April

How not to do an autism conference

"Please seek guidance from autistic speakers & delegates on how to make the whole experience better for us"

Relevant to #RealTalk: Unfortunately, many parents dread having the sex talk with their children

Relevant to Unfortunately, many parents dread having the sex talk with their children

Reproductive technologies are being used to remove people like me from future generations. Who will be next?

Screening sperm donors for autism? As an autistic person, I know that’s the road to eugenics

Reproductive technologies are being used to remove people like me from future generations. Who will be next?

Photograph of cliff and ocean . Text reads " Do you know how your autistic child remembers people? Do you honor this, even if you may not understand it? Judy Endow on Ollibean "

'Autism and Processing Social Information' by Judy Endow, MSW

"I join with my autistic comrades in celebrating our right to exist as complete, whole, full-fledged human beings in the world at large." Judy Endow on Ollibean. Background photograph of sky, trees, and mountains.

This week someone asked me if I was proud to be autistic. It made me think about pride in general and about the term autistic pride.

Green circle with dark green text. "One of the most difficult things a person with a disability has to deal with is the attitude of non-disa...

Green circle with dark green text. "One of the most difficult things a person with a disability has to deal with is the attitude of non-disabled people.Amy Sequenzia on Ollibean"

They say they love their children, that they only want to make them more “normal”. I will question this.    Wanting your child to be your definition of normal is disrespecting their uniqueness.    Treating your child like the cause of everyone else’s pain, and yelling this to the world is disrespectful.    There can’t be love where there is no respect.

Some parents understand that autism is a natural part of some children’s lives and they fight the societal attitudes toward autistics.

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