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  1. DystopiaIncognito

    30+ and now getting diagnosed

    Hi there, I'm a 36-year-old woman from Europe and have been living in isolation for years, even before current world events hit. I have a hard time seeking contact with people even though I'm quite lonely. Since I'm in the process of getting diagnosed I decided to join this Forum. It would be...
  2. HDLSeanWiley

    Autism in Adulthood journal

    There's this quarterly journal called Autism in Adulthood which has autism studies done by autistic scientists (not all the scientists in the journal are autistic, but a good portion of them are). It has names some of you in the autism science world may know, such as Stephen Kapp and Clarissa...
  3. M

    Things you miss the most from childhood.

    Was thinking about childhood today, and some of things I used to do by myself that I don't do anymore. Might still climb a tree, or lie in soft clay mud. Or watch birds build nests for hours. Or lie in tall grass in the sun, or roll in snow or jump into the water. Somehow along the way I've...
  4. Ameriblush

    Now, what did you like as a kid that creeps you out now?

    I posted a thread a day or two prior to this asking the forum what spooked them as a child but makes them laugh or roll their eyes as an adult. The answers the thread received were pretty awesome, and it gave me the idea for a reverse thread: What did you like as a child, but find creepy now...
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