April is Autism Acceptance Month

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Autism acceptance means embracing autism as a natural part of the spectrum of human diversity and accepting autism as one of many different legitimate, meaningful, and valuable ways of experiencing the world. Autism acceptance means believing that autism doesn’t need to be fixed or cured for autistics to be happy and live good lives.” – http://www.autismacceptancemonth.com/

The Autistic community asks you to wear #RedInstead to show your support during the month of April.

Follow my blog all month long for posts on a wide range of topics about Autism.

The OtherWorld: Adventures of an Autistic Faerie – http://fae.dragonadventures.net

Shirts and Cards!

I got two new shirts just in time for Autism Acceptance Month in April. The first one fits very well with my blog’s namesake and says “I’m an Autistic Faerie”. And the second one says “Neurodiversity” on it and is red, which I got to promote #RedInstead. Can’t wait to wear them and show of my Autistic Pride.

I also received my new business cards for this blog as well. I had them done with a purple background to match my header. I plan on carrying some with me at all times to hand out when needed to those wishing to learn more about autism from an actual autistic adult. And for those looking for good autism resources.