Understanding AUTISMUNDERSTANDING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERSClick on Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorders to get more information about some of the Autism Spectrum Disorders.The following is a simplified explanation of autism, followed by more detail. Near the end, I talk about HOW TO OVERCOME AUTISM. I will also talk about my own personal story of growing up Gay and overcoming much of my Autism. Just know that I finally got there I learned how to connect with people and make many friends, to find real love, not just people using me, and to find a measure of joy and happiness in life.AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERSIt used to be that people were diagnosed with a specific Syndrome, like:□ Asperger Syndrome□ High-Functioning Autism□ Sensory Processing Disorder (Sensory Integration Dysfunction)□ Developmental Coordination Disor
We Are...We have been put down and neglected for so long.Do they not realize what they are doing to us?Are they blind to how many of us die?Because we just want the pain to end.But we are not alone.There are others like us who feel our pain.We will stand together, strong and tallAnd help each other through every obstacle thrown our way.There have been times when all hope seems lost,But things always get better, one way or another.Maybe not immediately...Though our 'foes' may taunt us,Smother us with the poison of insults and physical beatings,We will not back down.We will stand up for who we are,And we will be proud.You may beat us, you may call us names,But we will stand united in the end.For ourselves, for each other, and for our fallen.We.Are.LGBTQIA.
Homophobic? Consider this...By Beth Sheerin 10M(I apologise for the formatting, deviantart has limited supported html inputs ¬_¬)I, for one, believe that homophobia leads to acts which should not be accepted by society. In this article, I will be addressing the common misinterpretation of biblical references to homosexuality; why we judge, but equally why we should not; how being human has made us prejudiced; and that, in the grand scheme of things, you are what you are and you should not have to change that to 'fit in' with the status quo. Homophobia is a term used to describe the fear, evasion of and even hostility towards people who are homosexual. The fear itself cannot be banned, but it should not be tolerated. You cannot change human emotion, but for this very same reason - homosexuals cannot change the way they feel any more than homophobes can. Homophobes need to understand that in the same way they do not want to see homosexual behaviour, nobody else wants to see their
AutismAutism...it's not a desease, it's not an outcast, it's not even dangerous. It's just a thing that most children have like my brother Ricardo. Some of us like my mom and dad can handle it while others need to know, but we need a cure. For a child to have autism, it's hard for them to live a happy life. I once thought I have autism but, I don't. However, I do know what it felt like to be autistic, thinking we're still (not to make people mad)toddlers, even though we're teenagers or older children. The most common sex of children having autism is the boys, because in my school, I've check the children from pre-school and Kindergarten, there's lots of boys, and only 0 to 4 girls in each class. We need to know more of the secrets of autism later on, but for now, we'll have what we have.Let us hope and pray for the autistic children's future.
AutismWe are chaos, though we are order.We are order, though we are in chaos.The cat was seen as a demon,though it was peacefull.What you don't understand,you can hate.What you can learn,you can love.We are, though we are not.We have a foot in each camp.We are mad,though we are smart.We are chaos in order,and order in chaos.
Hi! I'm sorry to ask you this, but I wanted your permission to use your image for a presentation about Autism... it's for school, I promise I'm not getting any profit with it, I just want people to be aware of autism. Of course I'm gonna credit you!