Autistic? Parents of Autistics don’t know what it’s like to BE Autistic 

On twitter today I came across a thread about a new show, Atypical. Now, I personally am not even remotely interested in this show: it might be about an autistic character but I know it isn't for me. Atypical is definitely not for me even if it exploits what it's like to be me to get good … Continue reading Autistic? Parents of Autistics don’t know what it’s like to BE Autistic 

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The wonder of being taken seriously when  you suffer from chronic pain

So today was a big day for me, I finally got to see a rheumatology specialist for the first time in life about my chronic pain.  A little bit of background: I'm 23 years old, Autistic and clinically depressed. When I was younger I was superactive and engaged in sports to a terrifying degree. As … Continue reading The wonder of being taken seriously when  you suffer from chronic pain

Disabled Villains and the Problems they Present for Disabled People

I came across this article by teen vogue via tumblr, discussing the disabled villain trope and the harm it does. Now, as someone who is disabled in a number of ways, this hits close to home. And I had a lot of thoughts about it. I mean, this is partially one of the reasons why disabled and … Continue reading Disabled Villains and the Problems they Present for Disabled People

How One Person’s Opinion on Hygiene and Autism Angered Me

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So I just came across a thread on twitter about #Autism and in this thread there's a young woman studying to be a nurse. You would expect someone studying to be part of the nursing profession to perhaps have a little more self-awareness, not to mention be a little more candid, that stating outright that an #Autistic who has … Continue reading How One Person’s Opinion on Hygiene and Autism Angered Me

Two theories (Social Identity Theory, and Relative Deprivation Theory) used to analyse the Bosnia-Herzegovina Conflict with additional Conflict Resolution Methods used to resolve the conflict 

Background: The Bosnia-Herzegovina conflict was a three-way conflict that occurred in the Balkan state between 1992 and 1995, following the collapse of the Yugoslavian Federal Republic in 1991 (Hammond, 2007). The collapse of the communistic regime, which saw the creation of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia from the former Yugoslavia, resulted in conflict arising between … Continue reading Two theories (Social Identity Theory, and Relative Deprivation Theory) used to analyse the Bosnia-Herzegovina Conflict with additional Conflict Resolution Methods used to resolve the conflict