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  1. StormchaserNYC

    First post

    This is my first post on aspie central. I was diagnosed as pdd-now as a toddler, which by age 11 the diagnosis became changed to asperger's. When I was in public school, I had very ableist and reactionary staff who frequently punish me for things other students did comma especially I got...
  2. M

    Are many people with Asperger's scapegoated by family and society?

    Were you scapegoated by your family or by people you thought of as friends? Were you the one who was excluded or discussed as problematic or difficult or strange? Do you think it might have been because you had Asperger's? Have recently come to the conclusion that being the family scapegoat or...
  3. M

    This study and article from 2014 made me angry.

    New Study Shows 92% Of Convicted Murderers (have) Aspergers Syndrome By Dr. Franklin Forrester on June 27, 2014 The Wyoming Institute Of Technology‘s very own, Dr. Franklin Forrester, will be published in next month’s American Journal of Medicine. The essay details recent findings from a seven...
  4. M

    Scapegoating and Autism

    Recently have come to realize that being scapegoated by society and family is somewhat common for people on the spectrum. From school shootings and the media's reporting of such sad occurrences, it's as if society as whole looks for evidence of some dysfunction and attributes the problem to...
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