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i'm having so much difficulty focusing lately

I made this the other day: WoLF is an anti-women's & anti-LGBTQ rights org that's a front for the religious right. They pretend to be feminist but actively work against women's rights in the USA. An ex-WoLF member talked to a trans protester before Meghan Murphy's Seattle panel.

This is kind of a shot in the dark, but I figured I would ask - Can anyone recommend any articles or books by autistic scholars or activists?

My brother needs support and thankfully has some great programs working for him, however he continues to hate his aspergers and the fact that he is different. I sympathize with him as much as I possibly can as our world is quite inaccessible and cruel to people on the spectrum. That said, he needs to learn to at least accept himself in order to get anywhere. He will be seeing a counselor for this matter, but if anyone knows of any works that could help his outlook it would be much appreciated.

Honestly, if you're going to go to college just to sleep around instead of building your future, do the rest of us a favor:

Don't go to college.
They don't teach your "skill set".

Become aware of colonialism and fight to make your family never forget who they are

All Alex Gleason does is throw fit, give shitty take, write code for right-wing platform, cry into MK's leg hair, eat hot chip and lie

Cliterati is a lesbian platform open to radical feminists and allies.

The difference is that we're not open to racists or homophobes.

This is because we choose to center lesbian women of color, female detransitioners, and dysphoric women.

It's simple.

"She made me a playlist :cricat:"

The gynes: "which girl squiddy πŸ˜‚"

C'mon now. I'm not that bad.

@Squiddy if πŸ‘ your πŸ‘ feminism πŸ‘ isnt πŸ‘ gram πŸ‘ postitive πŸ‘ then πŸ‘ your πŸ‘ feminismπŸ‘ is πŸ‘ shit

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