“”Gus, Henry, if you guys ever read this… Jesus Christ I’m so sorry your mother is like this. It’s not normal. It’s not right, and there is nothing wrong with you.
|—Kaelan Rhywiol, autistic author|
To Siri With Love by Judith Newman tells the story of how she wants to sterilize her autistic son and likes to laugh at him behind his back. She wrote the book when he was only 13 and published it when he was 15. It includes her twins, Gus (who is diagnosed with autism) and Henry (who has no diagnosis).
Kaelan Rhywiol, an autistic parent of 2 autistic kids, live-tweeted an in-depth review. The book caused Rhywiol to cry and to vomit twice.And that about sums up the quality. …
Source: To Siri With Love – RationalWiki
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AutisticUnion/ We are the Âutistic ûnion. We have come together to make a home for everyone who needs a place to be celebrated for who they are. Although our core is the Autism Spectrum, our true goal is a peaceful existence for everyone. So we are starting at home, with ourselves. By sharing … Continue reading Âutistic ûnion
Colloquially known as TAC, The Autistic Cooperative was established officially on November 3rd 2017, by Kieran Rose, Kieran Rose, United Kingdom an Autistic Advocate and Activist, Writer and Speaker from the United Kingdom. & JOHN GREALLY, John Greally, New Zealand an Autistic Advocate and Activist from New Zealand, and co-founder of ASAN AUNZ, ASNZ and Âutistic ûnion. The Autistic Cooperative was created in an attempt to pull together Advocacy groups … Continue reading The Autistic Cooperative
Emma Dalmayne BBC Radio 5 Live Train Your Baby Like A Dog On August 20th Channel 4 are airing a show called ‘How To Train Your Baby Like A Dog’. It shows dog trainer Jo – Rosie teaching parents how to use clicker training normally used on dogs to train their children to be compliant … Continue reading #KidsAreNotDogs | Train Your Baby Like A Dog
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/autisminclusivity/ This is an autistic-led Facebook group for parents and carers of autistic children/teens/adults. We wish to support you and we accept that parents with loved one’s who have challenging behaviours, who bolt and have little to no communication feel ostracized by the autistic community. This group seeks to help support and educate … Continue reading Autism Inclusivity