Opinion : The awful truth about trolling in the autism community

You may or may not have noticed, that my opinion writing has become less and less in the past few months. Whilst being unsure that this is the right platform to make a personal self-disclosing post I feel strongly that the content of this post will be relateable  to many of our readers. Trolling and internet […]

David Noakes and the GcMAF controversy – Exclusive (Part 2)

After speaking with Doug Jewell, this reporter was keen to dig further into the people who are selling GcMAF and alleging it can cure/purge autism. I had seen David Noakes previously on The  BBC One Show in May and have shared my opinion on his Immune Biotech in a previous article.  The UK health watchdog branded GcMAF  “a […]

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Doug Jewell speaks out on GcMAF and MMS and Dr. Bradstreet – Exclusive (Part 1)

On the 27th of August this reporter contacted Doug Jewell husband to Amanda Mary Jewell. Over the next few days we had numerous interactions. I phoned and spoke to Doug Jewell. I told him my name and that I am a freelance journalist interested in hearing his side of the social media arguments between Fiona […]

Autism Speaks needs to do a lot more listening

Steve Silberman is the author of “NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity.” He wrote this for the Los Angeles Times.

Remembering the Amazing

As an autistic mother to wonderful neurodiverse autistic children I keep a keen eye on articles on social media and there are many positive wonderful blogs out there, ones that celebrate and promote acceptance and pride in autistics and autistic life. Wonderful humorous and often heart rendering accounts of life with a spectrum child, the […]

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What is the latest on Sharisa Kochmeister? an update interview with her father

By now many of our readers will be familiar with the case of Sharisa Joy Kochmeisters, who was removed from her family’s care against her will. Her human rights were removed and she was subsequent placed into an entirely unsuitable care facility for patients with Dementia. Sharisa had her own legal guardianship, but has had it […]

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Autistic girls, sexuality and vulnerability

One thing not mentioned and often brushed aside is the need and want for acceptance and friends in girls who are autistic. After growing up in an environment of sensory overloads, teasing and watching the popular girls breeze by with apparent ease it can be especially overwhelming to then begin puberty. There are changes that […]

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Gender Differences in Asperger’s: Being a Trans Guy and a Female-Socialized Aspie

By Elliott DeLine (see full bio below) I have never been quite like most people. I was aware of my difference from a very early age. It was as though I viewed the world in an entirely different way from the people around me. Things that they took seriously seemed inconsequential to me. Things that […]

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GcMAF quack autism treatment – with video

GcMAF, I have known about it for a while and autism rights campaigner Fiona Oleary (see video at the bottom of this article) has been extensively campaigning against it for over a year. All I knew of it was that it was being touted as a miracle cure very much like MMS, a cure all […]

An appreciation of a very private Autistic Artist in our community

The Autistic community has long appreciated the wonderful art and experienced voice of Sanni Rosenburg, affectionately known to us as ‘Moe’. Moe is notoriously shy yet enormously talented and I have had the pleasure of speaking to her about her childhood, her present and her recent art exhibition in April. Moe has told me that […]