Source: The Ministry of the Disabled | Christianity Today Think about what people can do, not what they can’t do.
My Autistic Son’s Lesson: No One Is Broken …instead of telling him to stop pretending and join us, we started pretending and joined him. “Joining,” to use this author’s term, is what I have been advocating all along. Coming from … Continue reading →
RCTs do more than miss the long term injuries a drug might do us. They get used to building standards of care to which doctors are obliged to adhere. Anyone who figures it might not be wise to add a … Continue reading →
Trans people with autism express a gender at odds with societal expectation. Source: Living Between Genders