Remembering the Amazing

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Remembering The Amazing.

As an autistic mother to wonderful neurodiverse autistic children I keep a keen eye on articles on social media and there are many positive wonderful blogs out there, ones that celebrate and promote acceptance and pride in autistics and autistic life.

Wonderful humorous and often heart rendering accounts of life with a spectrum child, the love and challenges listed with a respect to the child and all involved.

Occasionally though, there ...

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The Time Is Now.

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An open address to the parents using MMS and GcMAF from the autistic community.

We have individuals selling harmful unscientifically proven concoctions.

 We have vulnerable naïve and gullible parents duped into buying them as they are brainwashed by the message given by organisations like TACA (Treating And Curing Autism),

DAN (Defeat Autism Now) and Autism Speaks.  

They feed the propaganda money making machine that sends the ...

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Open letter to Amanda Mary Jewell

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Dear Amanda Mary,
I will tell you from the off this is a transparent email and if you reply you are giving me the right to print and share your response.
I am writing an article on the threats you have made to Fiona Oleary.
I have seen the emails exchanged and wish to draw your attention to the fact that you stated to me you were not in agreement with Kerri Rivera’s protocol of enema abuse against autistics. Yet ...

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Emma on Jeanette’s Autism Show

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Use the player below to listen to  Emma speaking out against Autistic abuse on Jeanette Purkis’ Autism show.

If the below player is not working for you follow this link – Emma Speaks on Jeannette’s Autism Show

Check Out Lifestyle Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Positively Autistic on BlogTalkRadio
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Autistic girls, sexuality and vulnerability

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Autistic girls, sexuality and vulnerability

One thing not mentioned and often brushed aside is the need and want for acceptance and friends in girls who are autistic.

After growing up in an environment of sensory overloads, teasing and watching the popular girls breeze by with apparent ease it can be ...

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A Beautiful Spectrum

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IMG_5642by Delaine Swearman

When I hear the word “spectrum”, I immediately think of rainbow.  Actually, the word spectrum was originally used to describe the rainbow of colors formed by the separation of visible light. Over time, the word has been applied more broadly to describe a continuum with a unifying theme between two extremes.

So, we come to the autism spectrum.  We are all persons ...

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