Autistic History Divergent News

Fierce Autistic Advocate: Autistic History: Rosemary Kessick

She is the brain behind Vaxxed. She gave Wakefield  the idea that the MMR vaccine is the cause of autism. She introduced quack diets for autistic people which lead to “Allergy Induced Autism” group.  She says it “improves them.” She is not as well known but just as dangerous.

She says she watched her son, William “deteriorate” from a bright and active toddler to a “destructive eight year old who cannot talk, play or feed himself and who lives in a frantic, rushed world of his own.” She needed something to blame so she blamed the MMR vaccine for him being neurodiverse. He did have infammatory bowel disorder. The IBS did make him suffer. That is the difference.

Source: Fierce Autistic Advocate: Autistic History: Rosemary Kessick

Activism International

Abuse In Bosnia-Herzegovina

Parents and many others are protesting the abuse seen in Bosnia-Herzegovina Institution.

Autistic UK

Website: About Us Autistic UK is an Autistic People’s Organisation (APO) – an organisation run by autistic people for autistic people. Autistic UK aims to advance the interests of all autistic people and those with related neurodevelopmental conditions. It aims to promote and protect the civil and human rights of the autistic population and […]

In The Loop About Neurodiversity

site | facebook | twitter In the Loop About Neurodiversity is a platform that seeks to educate others on what neurodiversity is and how to better serve neurodiverse people. Mission: – To promote acceptance of autistic and other neurodiverse people.– To educate others about neurodiversity and issues neurodiverse people face.– To campaign and protest against […]

Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)

Neurodiversity is for Everyone Website: The mission of Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN) is to provide community, support, and resources for Autistic women, girls, nonbinary people, and all others of marginalized genders. AWN Network  is dedicated to building a supportive community where we can share our experiences in an understanding, diverse and inclusive […]

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