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The Fight Neurelitism Ring & Forum

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For autistics and other neurodivergent (neurologically divergent) people who, as activists and self-advocates, fight neurelitism (neurological elitism) and support neurodiversity.
 

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The Collective to Fight Neurelitism
This is the homepage for the Fight Neurelitism Ring. It also contains information on the Fight Neurelitism Campaign.
Subtext - An Autistic Self-Advocacy Website
neurelitism, neurodiversity, autism
United Against Neurelitism: Emancipated Autism Project
This site is a practical application of critical realism and metaReality to Autistic emancipation.
Asperger's Women : Challenging the Stereotypes!
I was recently told by a doctor at my disability hearing that there was "no way I could have Asperger's Syndrome because I am married and have two kids"...that statement is why I am authoring this blog. Please bookmark it and pass it on!
The Collective to Fight Neurelitism
Ths website focuses on neurological elitism, a type of ableism. Included are a huge compilation, a collection of links, a personal story with Asperger's autism, an extensive lexicon of oppressions, a blog, and the Fight Neurelitism campaign.

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The Fight Neurelitism Ring & Forum
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