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Is there anything we can do to prevent parents murdering their disabled children?

    Trigger warning: this discussion centres on the murder of disabled children by their parents. I’ve written before about how I feel towards parents who murder their children. Since I wrote What will survive of us is love in March 2012, more children have died or been attacked at the hands of their parents […]

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Privilege is not a game

  *The images used in this post are of Privilege Denying Dude. You can find out about him at Know Your Meme.* Earlier this week, Autism and Oughtisms (who I've referred to as A&O from now on) published a blog post called The Privilege Game and as I read it I found myself disagreeing with […]

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Thoughts about divisions Part III: Autism parents and autistic self-advocates

  *trigger warning* there are some phrases and pictures in this post that some of you might find disturbing. I’ve had a draft of this post in my inbox since September but it’s been percolating in my head for even longer than that. I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I wrote my […]

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Picture Bingo! Playing with my ASD kids.

  I will be blogging about our experience at Surfer’s Healing camp, hopefully some time soon, but there are video clips from our day that I want to include in the blog and I need some time to edit those together. This post is to share a first for the boys and I – today, […]

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SBKM to I Wish I Didn’t Have Aspergers: #AutismPositivity2012

  Please go here to read about what prompted a number of us to blog today, see links to all the Autism Positivity blogs and, so no-one feels left out, read contributions sent in by folks who don’t have a blog. With respect to my contribution… Well, I don’t feel able to address ‘I Wish […]

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