Correcting Common Autism Myths – 10 Facts about Autistic People

Hey everyone, NeuroRebel here, and there are a lot of things you should know about Autistic people, but I’ve narrowed it down for you. So stay tuned. Continue reading Correcting Common Autism Myths – 10 Facts about Autistic People

Do Autistic People Have Sex – The Truth About Autism & Sex

These are things people don’t want to talk about with regards to Autistic people, and it’s unfortunate because people are often infantilizing us and saying, “Oh no, they’re Autistic. They couldn’t possibly be interested in sex. They couldn’t possibly want to have sex.” This can be very harmful for a lot of reasons.

One big reason being that Autistic and neurodivergent young people may not get proper sex education. Continue reading Do Autistic People Have Sex – The Truth About Autism & Sex

An Autistic Perspective – Non-Autistic Parents & the Neurodiversity Movement

When I do a video, I just kind of try to think “What would I have wanted the adults and teachers and parents around me to have known when I was growing up (undiagnosed)?”  Continue reading An Autistic Perspective – Non-Autistic Parents & the Neurodiversity Movement

I Wish People Understood – Autistic Strengths & Weaknesses

For me, I’m highly, highly capable, and even more capable than a lot of people I know – neurotypical, autistic, or otherwise – in certain areas that are my areas of expertise.  . . but then sometimes there are just other things where I can appear completely and totally – maybe emotionally – immature. Continue reading I Wish People Understood – Autistic Strengths & Weaknesses

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Autistic Relationship Advice – #ActuallyAutistic Conversations on Twitter

#ActuallyAutistic #AskingAutistics – are you in a romantic relationship? What is the most difficult part of being involved with someone?   206 comments & counting –  Join in on the conversation HERE on Twitter. Continue reading Autistic Relationship Advice – #ActuallyAutistic Conversations on Twitter

Visually Autistic – An “Autistic Look”? -#ActuallyAutistic Conversations on Twitter

I know, technically, autism doesn’t have “a look” but there are DEFINITELY occasions where I would call myself “visibly autistic” – mostly when my guard is down or if I am suddenly overwhelmed with strong emotions – be them joy, … Continue reading Visually Autistic – An “Autistic Look”? -#ActuallyAutistic Conversations on Twitter