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The Aspergirl Reviews: Asperger's Are Us (Documentary)

Most of my entries for this Autism in Film series for Autism Acceptance Month have mostly  been about fictional representations of autism and Asperger’s Syndrome in movies. 543 more words

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Three Wishes

I’m walking along the beach, looking for sea glass, and doing my best to ignore the grains of sand that have worked their way into my shoes. 791 more words

Movie Review: Asperger's Are Us (Documentary)

For my fourth entry for my Autism in Film series for April’s Autism Acceptance Month, I have decided to shift gears and focus on a documentary that is quite special to me, personally. 475 more words

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The Aspergirl Reviews: Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (Spoilers!)

For my third film review for this film review series I am currently doing in honor of Autism Acceptance Month, I decided to check out a movie that I have been wanting to watch when I first heard about it, and recently piqued my interest again after seeing a short scene and after realizing that the protagonist might be on the spectrum. 1,069 more words

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Autism And Self Medication

The stereotypical autistic is a teetotaler. Smoke and the taste of alcohol is an offense to their sensory issues. I am not a stereotype.

Anyone who knows me from my teen years know that I had a full blown drinking problem by the time I was a junior in high school. 173 more words

The Aspergirl Reviews: Mary and Max (Spoilers!)

Last time, in order to kickstart my  little series on autism in film for Autism Acceptance Month, I reviewed Denzel Washington’s interesting  character study “Roman J. 925 more words

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Movie Review: Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (Spoilers!)

For the month of April, as it is Autism Acceptance Month, I have decided to review movies and other forms of media that have autistic characters or that deal with autism. 1,476 more words

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