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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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
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
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