Category Archives: Autistic Women & Girls

Neurodiverse Beauty: My routine – YouTube

This is my FIRST MAKEUP VIDEO and I know i’m kind of sloppy but bear with me, we have a bigger message.BEAUTY IS FOR EVERYONE. DON’T EXCLUDE COMMUNITIES FROM BEING ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUR PROMOTIONS AND YOUR PRODUCTS!!

Life with Autism: Inclusion – YouTube

 

Changing the title to my series to make a bit more sense. This is something that i’ve been really, really pondering a lot about. The importance of inclusion and the reality of making things work for all involved. I believe equality and fairness is really the root of this and that we must think of our differently abled brothers & sisters and support brands, causes and people who truly believe that we are all deserving of the most equal of chances.

Work Tips: Stay Busy – YouTube

This week’s video is requested content! I’ve had a LOT of requests to do a video with work advice. This is the first Work Tips video. More to come.

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Fluorescent Lighting & Cheap Sunglasses – How I Stopped My Migraines Without Medication – YouTube

I’m not saying this will work for everybody but cheap tinted glasses from http://www.zenni.com have changed my life. Doctor’s couldn’t help me but my amber glasses stop my chronic headaches/migraines caused by bad lighting/light sensitivity.

My glasses are amber, but some people like blue, pink, or green. Some may need darker glasses and others may only need a slight tinting. Please be aware you may go through SEVERAL pair of glasses before you find the ones that work for you – IF this works for you. It may not work for everybody.

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Updates, updates and more updates…Sorry!

Rude Girl - Living in an Aspie World

Yes, I’m back with another updatey like post. Sorry guys for not really posting much lately or sticking to my blogging schedule, but as you all know I have been very busy and also away from the interwebs during weekdays. I also apologize for another update post, but lately it is all I have had time for while I am at home or with the little down time I have had. As much down time as I do kinda get while my husband is working, it is hard to sit down and write really because I am living with four guys who are very vulgar, loud and high energy. We also listen to music all day so it can be hard to concentrate on things like a blog post. However I have been working on a couple posts relating to autism as that is what my blog is mainly focused…

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Despite Leaving Key Questions Unanswered, New Contraceptive Coverage Exemptions Will Do Clear Harm

Despite Leaving Key Questions Unanswered, New Contraceptive Coverage Exemptions Will Do Clear Harm | At the intersection of health, health care, and policy.

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Thinking the Autism Way by Lisa Morgan – Spectrum Women

Friendships are one of the best things in life, as well as, one of the hardest of all things to understand.  I want friendships, but they are a mystery to me.  Friendships are complicated, simple, painful, loving, scary, safe, and I could go on with my diametrically opposed words but I think I’ve ma

Source: Thinking the Autism Way by Lisa Morgan – Spectrum Women

Striking a Path into Neurotypical Space – Jeanette Purkis – Spectrum Women

I am a forty-three year old Autistic woman. Like many other Autistic people I have some quite significant ‘differences’ setting me apart from my neurotypical peers. Some of these stem directly from my Autism—things like being unable to read body language or not noticing anyone’s emotions unless they

Source: Striking a Path into Neurotypical Space – Jeanette Purkis – Spectrum Women

Playing by the rules by Lisa Morgan – Spectrum Women

Remember playing tag?  Trying to avoid the person who was “it” as they chased you around?  Laughing and playing as kids dodged around running as fast as they could to not get tagged?  There was always the time when running just a bit ahead of the tagger, who was gaining on you, that home base came i

Source: Playing by the rules by Lisa Morgan – Spectrum Women