These I feel are the best introduction to my blog – particularly the Autistic side. These will be posts I did at the beginning, as I was getting started, and will be a good place for other people to start as well.
Of course if you want to just dive in and read whatever I posted most recently, feel free!
What you won’t find here are the more personal posts, the ones about me and my life, or any fiction pieces I have done. I plan to put up a separate page for my fiction posts when I have enough of them but if you’re that interested in my life you’ll just have to browse through I’m afraid 😉
Talking the Talk – Some useful basic definitions that come up a lot on my blog and others.
Male and Female Autism – The differences between them and the problems this causes.
Passing and Masking – What is it, and the problems it can cause.
Stimming Vs Fidgeting – Attempting to define the two.
Going Nonverbal – Many Asperger’s/Autistic individuals are non-verbal, or go non-verbal sometimes. I don’t go non-verbal as often as I’d like, but it’s difficult to fit into my life.
Executive Dysfunction – Trying to pin down a very nebulous term
Related and Associated Conditions
Confusing Faces – A post about prosopagnosia, or “face blindness”.
Clumsiness – A post about Clumsiness and Dyspraxia.
Maladaptive Daydreaming – What is it, and the problems it can cause.
Alexithymia – A condition in which people struggle to identify their own emotions
ASMR – Are Autistic/Aspergeric individuals more likely to respond to ASMR?
My personal opinion on some Autistic characters in the media
Newt Scamander – a popular head canon I agree with
Atypical Part One – The first half of a two part post on this show, discussing my hopes for the show
Atypical Part Two – The second half of a two part post on this show, an episode-by-episode review
Grey’s Anatomy Autistic Character – A review of the Autistic doctor on the show
Grey’s Anatomy: Autistic Headcanon – My personal head canon about a character on the show
The Good Doctor – My first impression of the show
The A Word – My review of the BBC show