WHY I’LL ALWAYS BE ANONYMOUSLY AUTISTIC – THE UNICORN THEORY

I can totally relate to this. It’s not out of shame or embarrassment that I stay anonymous. It’s for the freedom. I can just live my life and talk about whatever I want, without the danger of repercussions. The world is catching up, slowly, but I’m not holding my breath. And I’m not about to be a martyr for the cause, if you know what I mean.

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5 thoughts on “WHY I’LL ALWAYS BE ANONYMOUSLY AUTISTIC – THE UNICORN THEORY

  1. I can completely respect anonimity, autistics or aspies that can manage a job do not need any extra burdens; good on you. Once the prejudice has been debunked we might need to point you out as the aspirational heroes that you are; with your permission of course.
    I can’t hold down a job and even if I could I am needed as a carer at home, but thanks to therapy I can now speak and right, autistics like me are in the best position for the front line fight. 🙂

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