Tanya Adkin lays out the concept of monotropic split, and how it is at the root of various critical moments for Autistic people.
Trigger Warning: This article discusses burnout and psychosis While it is evident to myself and my colleagues that Autistic people have a predisposition towards psychotic phenomenon, it seems to be a relatively new discovery to many of the mental health professionals I have talked to. Research that is non pathological in this area is sparse.Continue reading “Autistic people and the burnout-psychosis cycle”
Written anonymously by a friend On the 24th august an announcement was madeAlarm bells rang as a friend was disdained On mainstream media on a pedastoolResearch was announced treating us like we are fools Processing began…. Numb, shutdown, uncertaintyThen came the realisation, this was aimed at me A direct insult, a direct threat,to me, myContinue reading “Untitled poetry regarding S10k”
Since autism first entered the zeitgeist, and probably before, research into it has focused largely on what causes it. The reason for this is clear to pretty much the entire autistic community. Rather than embrace the existence of a neurominority, and validating our right to exist, science largely wants to eradicate us. Now with theContinue reading “Dystopia: A story of “Autism Research””