No long ting.
I watched Mo on Netflix recently and one of the characters was on the spectrum. I just finished the first episode of Extraordinary Attorney Woo, and the main character is autistic. I also talked to a service provider today about autism assessment for myself at age 37. It's got me thinking about some things.
Also, while debilitating, autism is not a disability for some, while it is for others. No two autistic people are the same
I have more to say, but that's for another day. Including the likelihood that I'm HSP and not autistic. This brings me to the awkwardness of HSPs who fear the autism label and possibly being autistic or just afraid to be in that close a proximity to autism. More to come.
Until next time, in solidarity.