Being neurodiverse in a neurotypical world is difficult.
People First Language is great, but did they slip up with folks on the spectrum?
Is there a way to get this monkey off our back once and for all?
Matthew Rozsa discusses a type of ableism common among non-autistics.
It’s not a matter of if it will happen. It’s a matter of when.
By avoiding naming mental illnesses, we reinforce the taboos surrounding them.
Unless we all get a seat at the table, corporate America as we know it will slowly drown in its own mediocrity.
Sensory overload, overstimulation, large crowds and loud noises bring us to our knees.
His Asperger’s doesn’t make him weird. His purple beard? Maybe!
Learning to embrace the groove.
Why am I so happy these days? Let me count the ways.
What activities, that you never engage in, would vault to the top of your to-do list?
Garret Mathews gives a peek into the “depths of his Aspie-ness.”
Did you, like me, have a paper route when you were a kid? Could you retrace your steps?
Bryan Kelly discusses how, after years of struggling with Asperger’s Syndrome, he was finally able to find success. — Matt Rozsa, an editor at The Good Men Project, requested an essay on how I discovered my passion for computers. My early life was rather difficult. Neither of my parents had any business having children. We,…
Matthew Rozsa discusses a struggle unique to autistic individuals in PhD programs.