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MMS Quacks, Quacks

Quack Exposed: Roger Blake

Roger Blake is from Auckland, New Zealand. He is the President of New Zealand Shipping Company Association. He is also a Director of Water Purifier LTD. Blake attended the Gilbert School in Colchester in England. He studied English, Math, Physics, and Geography. He was in Football and Cricket. Blake describes himself as a bishop of… Continue reading Quack Exposed: Roger Blake

autistic culture, Disabled Parenting

Having a Hard Time Transitioning Isn’t Just For Children

Having trouble transitioning is a common characteristic of an autistic child. What does this look like for an adult? It is not the same but it's similar. For adults, it's transitioning to a big life change. For example, in my life is a huge move, and having to shut down my business that I have… Continue reading Having a Hard Time Transitioning Isn’t Just For Children

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Antisemitism, Discrimination

Kanye’s Antisemitism Didn’t Start With that Tweet

Kanye West has been antisemitic for a long time. It did not come to light, to me anyway because I am not up to date with celebrity news, until this tweet made the news. I dug deeper after seeing this and saw it has been going on for a while. I knew who he was… Continue reading Kanye’s Antisemitism Didn’t Start With that Tweet

Awareness Days, Discrimination, Growing up undiagnosed, Queerphobia

National Coming Out day

October 11 is National Coming Out Day. You can be lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, non-binary, transgender, asexual, queer, or anything in between. It is time to be proud of who you are and your support for queer equality and National Coming Out Day. Over 70% of autistics identify as queer. History This day was inspired… Continue reading National Coming Out day

ABA, autistic culture

What is Stimming or Self Stimulatory Behavior

Autistic people regulate themselves differently than neurotypical people do. It is a known fact. For decades, neurotypical people have been trying to reduce the frequency with which autistic people stim, ultimately eliminating it. Why? It makes them appear different than their peers. What is Stimming? Stimming is self-stimulatory behavior. It is a repetitive body movement… Continue reading What is Stimming or Self Stimulatory Behavior

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ABA, Ableism, ADHD, autistic culture, Discrimination

It is Abusive When Asking People To Relive Trauma for Your Sick Curiosity

Trauma just isn't an event that happens to you. The mental images, emotions, flashbacks, sounds, tastes, feeling, and other senses stay with you. Asking to retell your story makes you relive the trauma as if it is happening at that very moment. A lot of months ago, I was approached by Liz Tung from NPR… Continue reading It is Abusive When Asking People To Relive Trauma for Your Sick Curiosity

Predators

Predator: Moses Cassian or Mike Geodfery

This person, I don't even think this is what his real name is, has been targeting commentators on autistic-led pages. The URL to both profiles are : https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008751394797 https://www.facebook.com/geodfrey.wasonga This person messaged a friend of mine under this account: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008751394797 He proceeded to talk to this friend when they commented on the page Autistic Grandma:… Continue reading Predator: Moses Cassian or Mike Geodfery