Falling in Love with Autism: Understanding Romantic Signals

For many, including myself, romance is a foreign and often incomprehensible language. Meeting, understanding, and igniting the spark with another individual is a daunting and complicated task. However, for the neurodiverse community, finding a romantic partner is a much more difficult, and sometimes near-impossible undertaking. The differences in their neurological makeups mean that ASD individuals […]

Autism in the Classroom: The Story of Government-Mandated Special Education

The American government can be pretty silly sometimes. It has built bridges that lead nowhere, funded studies to determine whether the chicken or the egg actually came first, and somehow succeeded in shutting itself down eighteen times in the past forty years. However, every now and then, it manages to get something right. One of […]