Anti-maskers claim that face masks are a grievous injury to disabled people. But reality looks a little different.
I feel like “autism spectrum disorder” is rather medicalized, but I use the tag to reach more people.
Shyly Proposing a New Autism Symbol
The tricolor A, a proposed symbol for autism meant to evoke hope and community
Autism: Telling My Professors
Disclosing disability to college professors can be a challenge. Today I'd like to share my successful strategies.
Autism and Eye Direction
Why are so many autistics wrongly accused of being uncaring or deceitful? Let's talk about understanding autistic differences in eye gaze.
3 Functional and Murky Levels of Autism
Non-autistic experts have devised 3 levels of autism. But do these levels match how autistic people experience autism?
Eve, My Accidental Autistic Character
How can people write an autistic character without realizing it? It's more common than you think.
Common Threads in Autistic Art
As I've appreciated autistic art, I've noticed commonalities. Let's take a moment to explore some beautiful pieces.
What “Welcome to Holland” Gets Wrong
One of the most popular essays on raising a disabled child doesn't quite match most parents' reality.
Why Lining Up Toys is Good For Autistic Kids
Do you have an autistic kid who lines up toys? That's good! Here's how it benefits your kid.