Kiss My Aspergers (Creating Art with Autism)

Actor and autistic Mickey Rowe puts the tension of apparent dichotomies to work in daily interaction and in art.

My Son Was Diagnosed With Autism and It Helped Me Understand Him

Raising a boy with physical and mental challenges can be difficult for any parent.

I May Not Think Like Other Men But I Really Like Being Married

If you are going to get married (even more than once) marry the woman that understand and completes you.

Living Your Personal Values at Work

Peter Kobs tells the story of what his son’s autism has taught him about leadership (and himself).

Autistic Reflections on Thanksgiving

Why I am grateful for the cultural progress made by the autistic community on this Thanksgiving.

7 Things I’ve Learned from My Son with Autism

One mother shares her journey with her special needs child.

Call for Submissions – For the Love of Men

Who are your male role models? The guys who impact your life in a positive way; the guys you look up to and admire?

On Autism and Loneliness

Matthew Rozsa discusses a broader lesson he has learned from having autism.

I’ve Got Your Back!

Millo Aldea has seen incredible things in his life, but nothing as beautiful as his Autistic son.

Fodder Up! – The Web Series — Episode One, Part One

Popular blogger Adam Dolgin from Fodder4Fathers.com launches his new web series where he interviews Jamie Gold, a father who left his high paying job as a lawyer to stay home with his autistic son.

What Food Allergic Parents Really Want You to Know

Parents Raise Awareness in Honor of Love Remembers Day

Why You Should Never Assume Anything About People With Autism

There are many successful people with autism yet it’s still thought of as an inevitable disability.

Dating With Asperger’s

Dating with high-functioning autism isn’t easy, but it can be done.

3 Lessons Everyone Can Learn from the Impending ‘Autism Tsunami’

With over a million U.S. children with autism approaching adulthood, Matthew Rozsa looks at impact of the coming wave.

Comment of the Day: Changing the Conversation on Mental Illness

Sometimes, comments from readers can drive us … well, a little crazy. But sometimes, a comment brightens your whole day, as this one did for Michael Kasdan.

To The Woman And Child Who Sat At Table Nine

“I was supposed to politely tell you to please not have your daughter yell. I was supposed to offend you by not offending you…”