Monthly Archives: November 2013

Unstrange Mind – Why I Don’t “Diagnose” Historical Figures

Unstrange Mind wrote: “I try not to “diagnose” historical people because I feel like it lowers our credibility to do it, but I definitely see the power in pointing out Autistic traits in historical figures because a. it lets us … Continue reading

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S.R. Salas – Autistic History Month: ACCEPTANCE

Author S.R. Salas wrote a post about acceptance in honor of Autistic History Month: “When I realized what was going on around me (e.g. my kids and I were Autistic), I jumped immediately into the deep end of the ocean: … Continue reading

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That Autistic That Newtown Forgot – Autistics Speaking Day/History Month Post

That Autistic That Newtown Forgot made an Autistic History Month post as an Autistics Speaking Day post. An excerpt: This is a lexicon of sorts and a list of slang. I do not claim to have invented any of these … Continue reading

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Unstrange Mind – Speaking About Autistic History

Unstrange Mind’s contribution to Autistics Speaking Day was also a contribution to Autistic History Month. excerpt: A 17-year-old autistic man asked: ”I have a question: What exactly is there about Autistic History? I try to think about it but can’t … Continue reading

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