February 15th, 2021

Quark, Thinking

My tweets

  • Sun, 22:20: RT @commaficionado: Autistic behaviours that are generally discriminated against, despite being harmless and just how we are. A thread🧵
  • Sun, 22:21: RT @ElSangito: i hear your argument, but: traingle https://t.co/8Wy4WiWAPe
  • Sun, 22:23: RT @commaficionado: 6. Meltdown. There's nothing abnormal about having a meltdown - all humans can. It's just #autistic stress levels are s…
  • Sun, 22:23: RT @commaficionado: 1. Stimming - repetitive physical movement to help regulate our stress levels. They feel nice and are really helpful bu…
  • Sun, 22:37: RT @portushead: It's just occured to me that even though I have trained myself over the years to make eye contact, I can only do it by diss…
  • Sun, 22:37: RT @commaficionado: 7. Rigid routine. Many of us like this as it removes possible stressors from the day, keeping things nice and calm. But…
  • Sun, 22:38: RT @commaficionado: 8. Organising/lining up/collecting things. It's really only because autistic folk seem capable of being interested in c…
  • Sun, 22:38: RT @commaficionado: 9. Flat affect. Some autistic people show very little emotion on their faces, despite still feeling them internally. Th…
  • Sun, 22:48: RT @commaficionado: 10. Missing cues to speak in a conversation. A natural and very common part of what autism actually is and yet even fol…
  • Sun, 22:50: RT @Lord_Steerforth: @commaficionado Intetestingly, the more we bang on about being "inclusive," the less inclusive many workplaces have be…
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