Welcome to episode 5 of Autism and The Human. I'm Limbic Noodle. You can find me on Socials under this name, now including on Facebook. Last week, I finally sucked it up and set up a Facebook Page under Autism and The Human with Limbic Noodle. Glance at it when you have the chance. Last … Continue reading Greta Thunberg: Environmental Body Vs. Environmental Risk Part 2 (Transcript of ep.5 Season 1 of Autism and The Human podcast)
Transcript Ep. 4 Autism and The Human This week I want to talk about the concept of "Environmental/Ecological" bodies versus those bodies that are deemed environmental/ecological risks. This complicated subject meets at the intersection of multiple marginalized identities. Today's discussion will examine how this concept has impacted women, people living in poverty, disabled people, and … Continue reading Environmental Body versus Environmental Risk Part One
Welcome to the third episode of "Autism and The Human." I'm Limbic Noodle. Today's episode is called "Autistic Masking." "Autism and Masking: How And Why People Do It, And The Impact It Can Have" by Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, Dr. Laura Hull, and Hellen Ellis was an invaluable resource for this week's subject. I need to … Continue reading Autistic Masking (Transcript ep 3 Autism and The Human Podcast)
Hello. Welcome to Autism and "The Human." I'm Limbic Noodle, and today's episode is "Power Dynamics, Pathologisation and Paradigm Shifts. I want to start by saying that Nick Walker's "Neuroqueer Heresies: Notes on the Neurodiversity Paradigm, Autistic Empowerment, and Postnormal Possibilities" was an invaluable source for today's subject. It helped me recognize ways I've misused … Continue reading Power Dynamics, Pathologization, and Paradigm Shifts: The Neurodiversity Paradigm (Transcript of ep. 2 of Autism and The Human podcast)
Do they honestly believe there are only a handful of books written by marginalized writers that are remotely worthy of publishing? Do they not realize marginalized writers not only have to compete against everyone else, but also have to fight to be seen among other marginalized writers?
I have a bone to pick about the way this person behaved. Marginalized people are often expected to defend their experiential learning and perceptions (people of various faiths, LGBTQIA, PW Disabilities, POC etc). When they express an opinion on Social Media, they are suddenly expected to provide a dissertation in support of their point of view.
Sentinel Intelligence is the ability to sense threats that are undetectable by most people. People with high intelligence and heightened anxiety are more likely to exhibit Sentinel Intelligence. It's connected to altruism and raised empathetic ability.
We aren't a collection of quirks, stims, and sensitivities. We are real people with problems, like everyone else.
It's so bizarre that I'm not convinced a treatment that began in Nazi Germany with the torture of mentally ill and autistic people before their eventual murders is a good direction to take. Excuse me for thinking this treatment is torture when it was the foundation of Applied Behavior Analysis and Conversion Therapy used on LGBT people to try forcing them into being straight.
My sister better hope she never gets questioned in a murder. PSA: People react to stress and grief in different ways.