I became aware I missed the Transgender Day of Visibility recently. Pretty ashamed I did so since gender identity is becoming a more visible part of the actually autistic community and also because several respectable chiptuners I know (including some C4A contributors and performers) identify as transgender! Which led me to realize that I forgot … Continue reading [BELATED] Transgender Day of Visibility – Wendy Carlos
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So I have been thinking a lot about Syd Barrett lately as Pink Floyd has been a hyper focus for me as of late. Now, this article is meant to be speculative, respectful and works off conjecture. I hope I do not offend any of his surviving family with this and more importantly, don't expect … Continue reading [ARTICLE] Was Syd Barrett Neurodivergent?
Don't know if you heard about this story, but a police officer attacked an autistic person after mistaking their stim for a probable cause or a symptom of drug use. Because of this, that department is starting a classification system for people who are neurodiverse, such as wearing wristbands to label oneself as autistic. While … Continue reading Should Autistic People Be Classified by Wristbands?
Here is part 2 of the video we shared yesterday. Really eye opening material. Want to know real info on autism? Here's a thought.... ask autistic people. These folks did. Thanks guys. https://youtu.be/P4zX9BfhZIM
Rebecca Burgess did this amazing comic strip a while back that really tackles the concept of the autism spectrum and dismantles the ideas of rating people on "functioning" scales. Highy recommended reading.
I have shared this before on Facebook, but this video dispels some negative myths around autism. Highly recommended viewing that clears up some things by talking to #actuallyautistic people.
This TEDTalk is fascinating. This #actuallyautistic scholar discusses the importance of neurodivergent and neurotypical people living in harmony and realizing each other's strengths and uniqueness. Sounds a lot like what we try to do at Chiptunes 4 Autism.