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Why? is the Reason

When I was a child, I would hear a lot of things like this: “Stop being so precocious” or “You’re being a know-it-all. People don’t like it when people are like that.” Now that I’m older, I hear a lot of things like this: “Stop being so high and mighty” and “You think you’re better than everyone else”.

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Moving on to Acceptance

I’ve spent a few days highlighting the problems with autism awareness campaigns by sharing memes on my Facebook page. For the sake of continuity, I’ll share them at the bottom of this post as well.
Now, that more people are aware that autism awareness campaigns tend to do more harm than good, I would like to focus on acceptance.

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I said NO!

I have an exam on Thursday, but I’m struggling to concentrate because I’m experiencing an issue with someone who seems unwilling to respect basic boundaries.
I’m going to summarise what has happened to date. I’m doing this, in a public post on my site, because I’m starting to feel as though my perception of reality is being distorted.