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This is a blog centred around ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) from the perspective of myself, Sarah. I should also mention that I happen to be an autistic woman currently studying at university. It contains lots of interesting and hopefully useful information, so please have a look!

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  • Time To Crack Some Eggs!
    Hello folks, today’s post is almost entirely centred around a metaphor that I came up with at 1:58am on 24th December. I know the day and time exactly because I have a voice note of me attempting to explain it. I have been meaning to make a post about it since then but have been… Continue reading Time To Crack Some Eggs!
  • Hermione Is Autistic 2: Electric Boogaloo
    *** I guess there are technically spoilers here, but come on, you’ve had enough time to read the books by now *** Hello folks! This post is not what I was intending to publish today but is rather a passive-aggressive response to an argument I had a while ago about Hermione Granger. In a previous… Continue reading Hermione Is Autistic 2: Electric Boogaloo
  • Quiz: What vaccine did you get?
    Hello folks and welcome back to everyone’s (some people’s) favourite segment (tolerated blog posts)! It’s another quiz! In honour of my best friend and I now being fully jabbed with boosters, I thought we would have a little fun at the expense of anti-vaxxers. The usual disclaimer still applies: anything said in this post is… Continue reading Quiz: What vaccine did you get?
  • So, What’s Going On?
    Hello folks. It’s currently 01:35am and I can’t sleep. I have been listening to Lil Nas X’s album, Montero, on repeat for the last 3 days and I was not expecting to react quite so strongly to it. I’m going to be honest, I’m a bit of a mess at the moment, although my girlfriend… Continue reading So, What’s Going On?
  • Ableism Vs Inaccessibility
    Hello folks! This post began as a continuation of the previous post on neurodiversity, but I decided to split them up, as the topic of ableism vs inaccessibility felt as though it deserved its own post. Therefore, if you missed the previous post then I would recommend you catch up here. Otherwise, let’s begin! In… Continue reading Ableism Vs Inaccessibility