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Dia Neighbors

Thank you so much for writing this. It's literally the only article I could find on disability as it relates to the current movement. I am an autistic woman who has been assaulted multiple times and I am giving a lecture "Wallflowers are easy to pluck" at the 2nd annual Adult Autism Symposium in Chattanooga, TN. It will be the first time the subject has been tackled at an autism conference specifically about autistics over the age of 18. SAD! Again, thank you.


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