The Trump administration has adopted policies that appear to be nothing short of a concerted attack on the landmark Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War, Adolf Hitler began a program that involved the selection of a particular group of people for extermination. Source: Donald Trump's Latest Attack … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Latest Attack on Americans With Disabilities Isn’t Just Atrocious Bigotry — Look At the Policies He’s Enacted | AlterNet.org
Kris Guin queerability.tumblr.com The new Julia toy! Photo courtesy Kris Guin [image: Stuffed "Julia" doll with orange hair, green eyes, yellow skin, big happy mouth, pink dress, green pants, and black shoes.] Sesame Street is a staple in children's’ television, and has used its platform to educate children about topics that need to be talked … Continue reading The New Sesame Street Julia Doll: An Autistic Review | THINKING PERSON’S GUIDE TO AUTISM
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Lydia X. Z. Brown is angry. A gender non-binary, queer, disabled person of color, Brown is self-described as “multiply-marginalized.” And the third-year law student at… Source: The autistic, non-binary, queer, law student fighting for disability justice - News @ Northeastern
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By John Greally | Founder of The Autistic Cooperative Many Autistics rightfully are 'down' on parenty articles that are disrespectful or disregarding --- not respecting what autistics go through themselves, not regarding the harmful concepts, advice, attitudes they knowingly or unknowingly (most likely) parse that are hostile to a better life for autistics, from autistic's … Continue reading Respecting all the needs of the child is the way to respect all the needs of the parents | John Greally