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Kim Crawley, Actually Autistic Cyber Security Blogger, and I talk about her difficult road to an accurate diagnosis, school, cyber security, how we can make ourselves safer online, and how her Allistic Rock-n-Roll boyfriend rocks her world.I also spend sometime at the beginning of the episode talking about the podcast itself. Here is the FB group I…
 
Hilary Reyl, non-Autistic identified (Allistic) Author, of the YA book, "Kids Like Us" that features an Autistic protagonist. Not only is Hilary a talented writer, and a lovely human being, she's one of my oldest and dearest friends. We discuss her new book, the Autistic community, parenting, empathy, Echolalia, Autistic Burnout, Masking, her amazi…
 
Dr. James McGrath, Actually Autistic Author and Poet, and I discuss his wonderful book "Naming Adult Autism: Culture, Science, Identity" where he focuses on how our culture perceives and defines Autism. We have a fun and free wheeling conversation that touches on The Beatles, Dr. Hans Asperger, the joys of having a favorite cafe', bullies, the impo…
 
Samantha Craft aka Marcelle Ciampi, Actually Autistic Advocate, Author, (and much much more) and I talk about her list Females with Asperger's Syndrome: An Unofficial List https://the-art-of-autism.com/females-and-aspergers-a-checklist/ and her Autistic journey. Masking vs not masking, the joys and perils of online Autistic communities, and her cur…
 
Rachel and @mykola , Master Tweeter, Software Engineer and Actually Autistic Activist, talk about how Les Misérables changed his life, his rocky road to accepting himself as Actually Autistic, and the epic viral Twitter thread that has helped thousands of people to see Autism in a new light.저자 Rachel Aanstad
 
Sarai Pahla MD, Actually Autistic medical translator, speaks 4 languages and can kick your video butt in first person shooters. We talk about Sarai's transatlantic journeyto find a place she could call home and we make an effort to demystify Allistic ways of talking. Mostly we laugh a lot at ourselves and the world we find ourselves in. Be sure to …
 
Rachel and Konstantine Anthony, Actually Autistic Parent, Activist, Public Servant, Researcher, and Improv Comic and Trainer, talk about Autistic brains, Dendritic Pruning, Synesthesia, the home videos that helped him understand himself, and the magic of Yes And. Then he schools me on why you don't have to be Autistic to be funny (Although I think …
 
Rachel Aanstad and Dr. Wenn Lawson, Autistic Advocate and author of over 20 books, discuss being an Autistic parent, over-committing to projects, the advantages to aging as an Autistic, his experience transitioning to being a man at age 61, his love of birds and the art of saying "Oh well."저자 Rachel Aanstad
 
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