“Ableism”, Trouble Making, and you people have a life?

2017 Update:  I was on other parts of social media at this time too. There are many people who have higher functioning autism that you can’t tell them and a special-snowflake or a Social Justice Warrior apart. Prior to 2016, ether SJW or special snowflakes were not in the lexicon. 

The common problem with any advocate (including the anti-vaxxers is the ability to run away from their problems from time to time. Being razor sharp on such issues all the time is perhaps the very same reason why there is frivolous cases of “ableism” here and there. 

The problem is so many, they do not have a life. Life other than throwing rocks at opposing’s windows. 


Before I start, I should disclose, that I do feel that I myself, and perhaps others have become a victim of being discriminated by “ableism.” These Asperger’s types have gone so far to make “ableism” to be put on steroids. While there is discrimination, and abuse, there are more healthy ways instead of using University type of language in the tone of anger. I’ll even say for myself, it may not make me go anywhere…which is why I try to redirect the energy to reform. Oh I’m not sure if “reform” is an OK word.

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Too Bright or Under Broken?

2017 Preface: I basically fell from the lies preached by Autism Speaks, the National Autism Association, and even “publications” like the Age of Autism.I for one felt that my autism was a physical condition, but getting test results for a human type of hexadecimal/machine codes and other things that wouldn’t show much difference wouldn’t help me in the long run. My therapist has told on a number of occasions that it’s a difference in brain processing. 

I for one recommend people to steer away from these organizations to begin with, They are preaching religion at the price of human happiness. 

I’ve continued to refrain from expressing what makes me happy, by explaining what doesn’t make me happy. I live in a populated area of society and I try to assimilate, instead of forcing people to say “I’m special, you’ll like me no matter what.”

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