Neuroqueer theory and the Self

When considering our potential, we often think in finite terms. Normativity has dictated that which a human can be. We are also bound, in principle, by the finite nature ofContinue reading “Neuroqueer theory and the Self”

More on Zeno’s Paradoxes and the issues with Autistic to non-Autistic communication

As you may have noticed from my most recent blog post, I am somewhat down a rabbit hole at the moment. In my previous article I discussed Zeno’s paradox ofContinue reading “More on Zeno’s Paradoxes and the issues with Autistic to non-Autistic communication”

The Zeno paradox of autism: Is this the root of the double empathy problem?

This was inspired by the book “Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness” by Remi Yergeau. The double empathy problem, so named, is the title given to the seeming appearanceContinue reading “The Zeno paradox of autism: Is this the root of the double empathy problem?”

Creating Autistic Suffering: Professionals, why don’t they know?

This article was co-authored by David Gray-Hammond and Tanya Adkin Trigger Warning: Injustice, professionals, Autistic suffering, mentions of theory of mind, weak central coherence, and older autism theory. We oftenContinue reading “Creating Autistic Suffering: Professionals, why don’t they know?”

Neuroqueering the Neuroculture: Exploring our place in society through the neuroqueer lense

Recently I started talking about a concept I call neuroculture, by discussing the risk of harm to society if the prevailing neuroculture becomes homogenous (find that discussion here). In thisContinue reading “Neuroqueering the Neuroculture: Exploring our place in society through the neuroqueer lense”

Is Autopia possible? Realities of an Autistic homeland

At Aucademy we often talk of a perfect Autistic homeland, affectionately dubbed Autopia. Conceptualised as a place in which all Autistics can lead peaceful and comfortable lives, it sounds likeContinue reading “Is Autopia possible? Realities of an Autistic homeland”