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by Daniel Antonsson When it comes to looking back on the history of black people, it is important to give a nuanced picture of all that has happened up to today. You have of course the Civil Rights Act, slavery, Martin Luther King and Obama being elected to be the President of the United States of A…
4 hours ago · From The Art of Autism
By Nils Skudra This weekend I had the opportunity to finish watching the second season of Love on the Spectrum, the acclaimed Netflix miniseries chronicling the dating lives of several individuals on the autism spectrum. Picking up from where the first season left off, this season explores the conti…
14.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
by Daniel Antonsson Does it feel like your hard earned cash disappears way too fast, leaving your bank account almost empty until the next salary? There is a cure for this, but you need to start to live a life far below your means. Take it to the next level and let saving be a game. Being autistic c…
26.01.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By Nils Skudra As a fan of military history, I always relish the opportunity to watch engaging movies about famous military leaders. Recently I watched the acclaimed 1970 film Patton, starring George C. Scott as the iconic World War II hero George S. Patton. Having studied the life of General Patton…
08.12.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Traci Neal Nature nourishes my body in waves before reaching my ebony surface. My countenance counts the sunshine’s rays each time I awaken. The world I compose in my consciousness witnesses the wind welcoming the trees as a treasure. Musical songs and delight ring throughout my cerebrum. Shelter…
06.12.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By S. Scott Sanderson It’s terrible to feel like you are less than That you are not the same, you know Eccentric, maybe even crazy That is ok But then they label you as less than That you do not like Measuring up as short Leaves you wondering why God would make you different than Those you wish you …
01.12.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Jack Pemment There are two things that can severely determine a person’s social fate: A criminal verdict and a mental health diagnosis. Regardless of the true events behind the criminal verdict, the return of guilty by a judge will sway most public opinion in a direction where the recent defendan…
10.11.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Nils Skudra In recent weeks, I have begun watching the miniseries Annika, a Scottish crime drama revolving around Annika Stranhed (Nicola Walker), a Marine Homicide detective who investigates a series of murders in Glasgow, Scotland, while trying to navigate a challenging relationship with her re…
08.11.2023 · From The Art of Autism
by Kris McElroy My journey to coming out as a neurodiverse transgender parent was a rollercoaster of self-discovery, courage, and vulnerability. Navigating the complexities of my neurodiversity and my transgender identity made me realize the power of authenticity and the importance of creating an in…
03.11.2023 · From The Art of Autism
by Daniel Antonsson There is so much good to say about recycling. First of all, it is a crucial part if we want this world to continue to be beautiful. When we hand over this world to the next generation, it is not fair to let them face a planet in such a degenerated state that it is beyond rescue. …
27.10.2023 · From The Art of Autism
“I want to be there for other autistic people the way my mom was there for me, with the additional level of having actually experienced autism firsthand. It is so empowering to have someone genuinely care about you and understand you.” Brielle Williams By Ron Sandison I was excited to interview Brie…
17.10.2023 · From The Art of Autism
y Daniel Antonsson When it comes to finding a job, we are all different no matter if we have some kind of diagnosis or not. Some search their whole life without finding what is right for them whilst others know what path to walk at a very young age. I don’t say that one way is better than the …
13.10.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Nils Skudra As a passionate fan of European history, I have a strong fascination with Napoleon Bonaparte, the brilliant and charismatic general who became dictator and then emperor of France in the period following the French Revolution. One of the most enigmatic figures in world history, Napole…
08.10.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Piper Hughes Whatever is your special interest, if it makes you feel safe, if it brings you joy and comfort, and if it is not harming you or others, please wear it with pride. I was once best friends with Madonna. Well, no, not really. Please don’t call her to verify my claim. That would be a tad…
06.10.2023 · From The Art of Autism
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