My name is
|activist, ally, artsy, assertive, BDSM, bear, bear lover, bottom, caring, creative, crip, dog lover, dork, drama queen, extrovert, FTM, female-assigned, friendly, gay, gay-friendly, geek, homo-romantic, intelligent, kinky, liberal, Mr., open, passionate, polyamorous, pro-choice, pro-gay, queer, queer-friendly, radical, romantic, sassy, sir, socialist, submissive, survivor, teh gay, trans-friendly, transgender, transmale, transman, transmasculine, transperson, transqueer|
|Who are you?|
Icon art by the-silence-wears-westwood
I really do mean it. I’m not the type of person to only say those 3 words when i need something from you. If I tell you that I miss you, it means that you mean a lot to me. Not only does it mean that you have positively impacted my life, but it also means that i want you to stay. I know people come and go, and that’s life, but I’m going to be honest, I want you to stay in my life.
Autistic Person: *Flaps when they're happy*
Autistic Person: *Hisses and pulls away when they're upset*
Autistic Person: *Points and jumps when they need something *
Autistic Person: *Rocks and stomps when they're upset*
Autistic Person: *Verbally stims when they're anxious *
Autistic Person: *Pets other to show love and affection*
Autistic Person: *Has a thousand unique stims and vocalizations for different contexts that convey different meanings*
Allistic Person: "See, they don't communicate at all!"
why “differently abled” is bullshit
- differently abled: can do the thing, just in a different way
- disabled: can’t do the thing, or doing the thing will lead to extreme pain, stress, etc.
"differently abled" ties into the belief that disabled people aren’t really disabled and that we’re just lazy shits.
c’mon. disabled is not a bad word.