I was born different. Not visibly, but noticeably. And there was no one else like me. I went stumbling through childhood, every mockery hitting me, assuring me, that I was wrong. But I did look like you, I should have worked like you, I should have been like you, like all you others do. I … Fortsæt læsning Autistic Pride
When society describes something neutral or positive, it often uses the term as an identifier: I am a woman (neutral). I am an academic (positive). He is gifted (positive). When something is perceived as negative, it should preferably not be used as an identifier. For a long time autism was described exclusively by professionals and … Fortsæt læsning I am autistic. Not a person with autism.