Accepting myself for who I am, both the good and bad parts of being Autistic.
Advocating for myself and others like me.
Being passionate and sharing my knowledge of my special interests with others.
Getting tinted glasses to help with light sensitivity issues.
Going non-verbal and not being afraid to use an AAC device if needed.
Helping others like myself learn to love who they are.
Learning the best coping skills to deal with sensory issues.
Reclaiming stims that were yelled out of you as a kid.
Recommending stim toys to others because you think they would find them useful
Sharing my life experiences with others to help people get a better understanding of Autism.
Showing the world that being Autistic is not some horrible thing.
Speaking in echolalia to get your point across.
Stimming when I need to, whether it be for happy reasons or anxiety reasons.
Using Identity-First language.
Wanting to spread Peace, Love, and Neurodiversity!