Humility, Humanity, and Rhetorics
Laura Corker thank you for sharing sadly this treatment very common (common does not mean right, moral, acceptable) and nor should time be used as a reason or excuse.
This open, honest and saddening blog I feel helps explain my reasonings, for it is when people are reduced to being seen as one thing that the wheels of injustice begin to turn.
Autism, Identity and Historical Underpinnings
Frames of reference change from centuries to decades etc. People wonder why as person on the autism spectrum why I want to be seen as a person first and foremost.
To seen as a person, to be seen as a human being, to have healthy acknowledgment of one’s abilities and disabilities.
If we strip militancy and autism politics then I feel more realities will be touched with the depthful knowledge of shared realities.
Echoed within the eternal halls of telling that the mind scriptures do not become dust but are laid bare for futures to come.
Paul Isaacs 2020