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Aspie With Attitude
Raven
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Joined: 27 Sep 2019
Age: 42
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Location: Melbourne, Australia

31 Mar 2022, 3:58 am

Here's a video that I have done a short while ago.


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JimberryAndTheCouscous
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Joined: 29 Mar 2022
Age: 48
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Location: Bristol

31 Mar 2022, 6:27 am

Great video and super cool logo (apologies for repeating (nearly!) my comment on youtube but hey it (the logo) is most appealing to me!).


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkUSzQ0Vvrc

Jimberry and the Couscous - Too much information
- Failure to habituate
#ActuallyAutistic #Ableism #RightToThrive #Neglect #AutismAdvancement

Thank you for watching please..

Have a GrEaT dAy!

Jim x (Saltire!)


orbweaver
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Joined: 12 Jun 2022
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Location: NorCal

17 Jun 2022, 7:51 pm

I feel like the thing NTs may do that may be similar to actual autistic masking, because a physical issue is having to be covered up:

* When a drunk/stoned NT is trying to "maintain" so that they do not seem drunk or stoned.

* When an NT who is exhausted, in pain, physically ill, or deeply depressed, must maintain the illusion that they are not these things, including overcoming flat affect, trying to seem like "their head is in the game," etc. as many lose support systems due to behavior while exhausted, in pain, physically ill, or deeply depressed. (This experience may contribute to the mistaken NT impression that an autistic is a sick/distressed NT.)


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