My mother when younger was forced to use her right hand she is left-handed, the tyranny of the majority will never chance in a hurry.my older brother was also left- handed and me being ambidextrous made it easy for me to sit next to him when we had meals together.The tragedy of it all is the reality that everyone defaults to their own thought processes, whether neurotypical or neurodivergent. However there is one enormous consideration to make. What I always refer to as "the numbers".
Granted the CDC's assessment may not be entirely accurate, however as a benchmark there is one glaring statistic to consider in why most NTs are so quick to support and default only to their own way of thinking:
Because for every one of us, there are sixty-eight of them.
Compounded by a society that covets the consensus of any majority. Making it fundamental for so many without any knowledge or ties to autistic persons to naturally default to their way of thinking and ignore our own.
Leaving us in a perpetual mathematical minority. A devastating, and quite impersonal thing we are forced to deal with, where in most cases even the closest persons in our social orbit will not understand, and have no incentive to do so anyways. And it's not their fault as to how the disparity between us and them has happened.