In some of my recent articles, I have referred to something called neurofuturism. While neurofuturism itself is not a new word (although weirdly, I didn’t know this when I firstContinue reading “Reclaiming Neurofuturism: An introduction”
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Autism and ADHD: The myth of co-occurring conditions
It’s a very poorly kept secret that many people who are given a diagnosis of autism also meet the criteria for a diagnosis of ADHD. One could be forgiven forContinue reading “Autism and ADHD: The myth of co-occurring conditions”
Neurodivergence and Normality: The meaning of words
“I understand now that boundaries between noise and sound are conventions. All boundaries are conventions, waiting to be transcended. One may transcend any convention if only one can first conceiveContinue reading “Neurodivergence and Normality: The meaning of words”
Drug use, addiction, and neuroqueering
I have extensively explored my Autistic relationship with addiction thus far. I have considered and lamented the inappropriate treatment services, the suffering, and rejoiced in the moment that I cameContinue reading “Drug use, addiction, and neuroqueering”
Latest updates on my books!
It’s been a hectic time since I published my first book at the beginning of November 2022. I have worked hard to get The New Normal: Autistic musings on theContinue reading “Latest updates on my books!”
Five things I want parents of neurodivergent children to know
It can be very difficult to wrap your head around neurodiversity when you have spent your life being taught that any deviation from the status quo is a disorder. It’sContinue reading “Five things I want parents of neurodivergent children to know”
What purpose does the concept of mental “illness” serve?
As a Schizophrenic person, I see many talk about me as being mentally “ill” and in need of medicine. I do take medication, but for me, medication usage is similarContinue reading “What purpose does the concept of mental “illness” serve?”
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