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Gendering Me

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” I’ve been trying for a couple of weeks to write this blog post. For those close to me or even just on my Facebook, you know I came out as...

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“Think It Might Be You?”

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” Our personal life has been overwhelming for as long as we can remember. It can be draining and it feels like something big is always happening. I think anyone who...

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Experiencing Resistance to Inclusion

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” This past weekend I was scheduled to speak at the Birth Texas conference on a panel on Inclusion in Practice for birthing professionals. I want to answer one of the...

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On White Fragility, Nonpologies and Mommy Culture

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” Disclaimer: This has nothing to do with being autistic or having autistic kids. Second Disclaimer: I looked everywhere for this blog/article. I was sure I had seen it, but no...

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This is Only the Beginning

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” If you can, I’d like you to picture an apple orchard. Nice even rows and columns of trees evenly spaced to make it accessible to whomever is picking the apples...

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Preparing for the Future

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” CW: ABA, Pseudoscience I want to address the autistic community today. Not allies.. Not the parent community. Just the autistic people who believe in autism acceptance.. neurodiversity principles… the social...

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Things I’ve Learned about Gaslighting

Home » Posts tagged: “activism” Trigger/content¬†warning: childhood abuse, politics, gaslighting (Not about autism!) This week was the US inauguration of the 45th president. Aerial photographs have been used by both “sides” to highlight the attendance....