"Autistic Pride Day: June 18th. It is a day to be proud of who you are. Celebrate Neurodiversity."

Thoughts on Autistic Pride, Juneteenth, and Freedom

Where I live (Texas), every June 19th is the commemoration of “Juneteenth,” an important day in Texas history. Also known as Juneteenth Independence Day, Emancipation Day, or Freedom Day, it refers to June 19, 1865, the day a Union general and his troops occupied Galveston Island (a small strip of land in the Gulf of […]

Photo shows a Black woman holding a young child with an older child on the left.

Attachment Parenting While Black and Autistic

As much as I can, I avoid those types of offices when my younger children are with me. You know the type: quiet, sterile, not child friendly. Offices where food, drinks, and/or electronic devices are not allowed and where a security guard is standing watch glaring at people. That type. I’m an adult, and even […]