Text says: The A-Z of neurodiversity. G is for gender. Text is multi-coloured embossed font on a white square on a green background filled with letters.

G is for Gender

by Seren Guinness. G for Gender [CN: Ableist slurs] “The word gender has been used since the 14th century as a grammatical term, referring to classes of noun designated as masculine, feminine, or neuter in some languages. The sense ‘the state of being man or woman’ has also been used since the 14th century…

Text says: The A-Z of neurodiversity. F is for freedom. Text is multi-coloured embossed font on a white square on a green background filled with letters.

F is for Freedom

by Sparrow Rose Jones from Unstrange Mind. F is for Freedom. Freedom has been my life’s rallying cry. I have endured much in seeking it and many times over I have surrendered all my possessions in order to regain it. I am apprehensive of marriage, children, 30-year mortgages

Text says: The A-Z of neurodiversity. E is for erasure. Text is multi-coloured embossed font on a white square on a green background filled with letters.

E is for Erasure

by Neurodivergent K from Radical Neurodivergence Speaking. E is for Erasure. That’s what it sounds like. When your words, your work, your existence are erased from the conversation, from the dialog. From history. From the present. We have an erasure problem. First there’s the erasure of Autistic voices.

Text says: The A-Z of neurodiversity. D is for defiance. Text is multi-coloured embossed font on a white square on a green background filled with letters.

D is for Defiance

by Klynne Keyes from Autistic Musings about Stuff and Things. Defiance. I was “that child”. My behavior was called defiant, obstinate, naughty, contrary, difficult, spirited, lazy, overly emotional, giving attitude and unaffectionate. There was a whole shelf of books on my Mom’s bookshelf dedicated to my “defiant behaviors”…

Text says: The A-Z of neurodiversity. B is for bias. Text is multi-coloured embossed font on a white square on a green background filled with letters.

B is for Bias

Written by Manuel Díaz from Neurodivergencia Latina. Bias: From Normalization to Neurodiversity. Society is full of biases. The media and the press are biased towards what they decide to report (or not report, for that matter). People in general have a bias to seek out what is convenient for them personally.