What it’s like to interact with people as an autistic person.

Hi there, it’s Ari again. In today’s post I’ll give you an insight on what it would be like to have a conversation as an autistic person. Keep in mind that everyone with autisim has different struggles, needs snd strenghts. I was diagnosed with level 2 autism and this is just one person’s perspective. ButContinue reading “What it’s like to interact with people as an autistic person.”

Why do autistic people need someone to guide them when they’re out on a walk?

It’s quite a common occurrence that an autistic person needs someone to hold their hand or give them prompts to walk a bit faster, or to go the right way while going somewhere. For myself, it’s not necessarily because I don’t know where I’m going. It’s a bit more complex than that. In autistic peopleContinue reading “Why do autistic people need someone to guide them when they’re out on a walk?”

I didn’t always want to be a boy, I’ve always been a boy.

Here’s a topic I would like to write my thoughts on. A lot of people think trans people are ‘fake’. I’m not a fake boy, just because of how my body is. Some trans people don’t ever change their bodies to match their gender. And they shouldn’t need to. My brain fully thinks like aContinue reading “I didn’t always want to be a boy, I’ve always been a boy.”

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