ADHD and Hyperactivity (At Least Partially) Explained

Many of us with ADHD go from item to item, thing to thing, or/and wander about much to the dismay of out parents and the rest of society. We seem hyperactive and unruly when in reality we aren't. So if we aren't hyperactive, why do we do this? What the hell is going on in [...]

Shock and Au

Danger High Voltage Waves have gone through the Autistic community this week as electric shock of disabled adults, and more appallingly, children has been deemed legal by a US appeals court. Here's a bit of backstory. Recently, in the US, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) had banned the use of a device called the [...]

Sex Stims!! (Just not too loud!)

Sex Stims!! (Just not too loud!)

Recently it’s been debated in the Autistic community, possibly due to one of my Tweets, on whether or not sex is a valid form of Self Stimulatory Behavior aka Stimming. (Spoiler Alert: It is!) While the concept was met with mostly positive feedback there are some that do not see it that way and for [...]

How My IQ Proves I’m Utterly Inept

I hear and read comments on IQ all over the internet that range from prideful (I have an IQ of 150!) to the defensive (You just think your smarter me.) to very disrespectful (You’re just stupid!) to blunt logical truth (You know your IQ doesn’t make you better, right?). The comments go on and on [...]

Till Death Do Us Part

Photo by Josh Willink on Pexels.com Today, I am compelled to the keyboard with a heavy heart. We once again have “mercy killing in the name of love”. A mother, to use the term loosely, killed her son because she was stressed and overwhelmed by his Autism. In the past years, there have been increased [...]

Extreme Stims During An Autistic Meltdown!

Photo by Atul Choudhary on Pexels.com Most would agree that the Autistic Meltdown is the most notorious symptom related to Autism. An Autistic Meltdown is when the Autistic Nervous System reacts to being overwhelmed by environmental stimulation. These can range from external reasons (such as bright light) to internal ones (such as panic when plans [...]

One of My Autism Theories

What causes Autism? It's the question of the millennium in many communities. From simply curious Autistics to the pro cure (eugenics) crowd the question is ever present. Why is this so important? Because many of us believe that we are just a natural variation of human DNA and therefore are normal in our own right. [...]

Sensory and/or Meltdown Room for Adults: Part 2: Disability Accommodation/Modification Requests

I apologize for taking so long to get this second part out about the Sensory rooms! I have been valiantly battling a horrid Kidney Infection. Illness can have a greater effect on Autistic's because the sensory stimulation from pain, fever, etc. and it can overwhelm the system and make them less like themselves than if, [...]