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
I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and didn’t get to read the book until months later because of bad timing on my end. I don’t normally read a lot of fiction, but this book was fantastic and WELL worth the wait. I really wish I would have read it sooner but then I might not have had the opportunity to have listened to the book on Audible – which was WONDERFULLY acted and played out. Delightfully strange, a page turner for sure. I listened to the entire audio book in one sitting. … Continue reading Moojag and the Auticode Secret – Book Review
According to LGBTA, Wiki, “Autigender or Autism, gender is a neurogender, which can be understood in the context of being Autistic or when one’s Autism greatly affects one’s gender or how one experiences gender.
Autigender is not autism as a gender, but rather is a gender that is so heavily influenced by autism that one’s gendered and autism cannot be on linked.
Not all Autistic people will identify with Autigender, only those whose gender is influenced by them being Autistic.” Continue reading What is AutiGender? – The Relationship Between Autism & Gender – An Autistic Perspective
We’ve got a long history of missteps when it comes to autism and gender. For example, the original model of autism is based very specifically on a very narrow definition of straight, cis, white, male autistic children. Continue reading Does Autism Present Differently in Women & Girls? What about Non-Binary Autistic People?
Autism, autistic, on the spectrum, Asperger’s what does it all mean? Continue reading Autism, With Autism, On the Spectrum – Oh My!
“You don’t look autistic.” #ActuallyAutistic #AskingAutistics – Have you heard this one before? How did YOU react? Continue reading You Don’t LOOK Autistic
I recently was invited to an interview on Neurodiversity news. Don’t forget to check out the full interview on their site. Continue reading Neurodiversity News Interview
If you were a child and you were getting scolded and you got in trouble for having meltdowns you may have learned to turn all that in on yourself and learn to shut down instead of melting down. Continue reading Autism & Shutdowns – How They Differ from Autistic Meltdowns
There’s a rumor that autistic people don’t use or cannot understand sarcasm. And I will admit sometimes I do get confused pick up on when people are using sarcasm with me. Continue reading Can Autistic People Understand Sarcasm?
There is a rumor that autistic people cannot or never give eye contact and that may be true for some autistic people, but that is not always the case. Continue reading Can Autistic People Make Eye Contact?