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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!!
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.
Because I fell in love with The Ordinary foundations that Deciem sent me to review, I decided to order both more foundation and the two primers that The Ordinary offers. The Ordinary Foundations. …
Welcome to my first Neurodiverse Fashion & Beauty Vlog.
The Autistic Market is 70 million strong Worldwide.
Autistic women are real and we shop, wear makeup and need to figure wtf is for dinner like every other human on the planet. Continue reading #NeurodiverseFashion #BeautyForAutistics Vlog | Talking Fashion Inspiration, Influencers & Adaptations
By Eve Hinson (almost Reiland)
I’m Autistic and proud
Not afraid to talk about it outloud
And why would I fear sharing that I like me?
All of me, especially this neurodiverse brain of me?
I’m savant with creativity, alive with visual language,
forget the super highway — this brain is an information constellation,
technical ancestor, internet goddess, pattern finder and seeker
keyboard warrior and new media memory keeper.
I don’t give a fuck about sports or square root,
but let’s talk HTML, Social media, incredible hair and . . .
Hot damn, just not politics.
At least not until we find the concentric overlap
of neurotypical and autistic, and define
the shared spectrum of communication
Before we debate this kind of shit.
I’m Autistic and proud
This meme is an example of Autistic co-opting, appropriation and erasure.
Actual basic available options:
- Autisic parent of Autistics.
- Neurotypical parent of Autistics.
I am an Autistic mom to 2 Autistic kiddos and 1 Neurotypical kiddo.
Terms like Autism family, autism parent, autism dad and autism mom — NO. That’s co-opting and erasure. Continue reading Culture Clash | Autistic Erasure Starts At Home
I emailed the letter below to all contact info I could find for Jeffree Star Cosmetics. Mainly, customer service.
Seeking support in #beautyforautistics campaign. I’m Eve Hinson (almost Reiland) and am Autistic — also an activist, writer and artist.
First, Autism is not what most folks think it is — even neurotypical (non-autistic) parents of autistics can be clueless about our community and culture. Autistics are actually in the middle of a huge civil rights movement.
But beyond that to glittery, metallic things — Autistics want makeup marketed to them – not about them for non-autistics. Right now makeup companies are ignoring actually Autistic women, and marketing their products to neurotypical moms of autistic kids. Worse they are using proceeds to donate to Autism Speaks — actually Autistic consider them a hate group and mega corp. Not the grassroots organization folks think. Ugh. Continue reading Open Letter | #BeautyforAutistics, Jeffree Star Cosmetics Can You Help #ActuallyAutisticWomen Be Seen?
I love your products soooo much. breaks my heart L’Oreal supports Autism Speaks — and markets to neurotypical (not-autistic) moms of autistic kids.
There is a HUGE community of us worldwide – 70 million strong. Two trends among autistic fashion – is loud, here I am (like me) and then the very natural look. Sensitivity is huge for our skin and scents and many other things that could be taken into consideration for this market.
Please market to
#actuallyautisticwomen we are here, we are real, and omg I’ve been a loyal customer for years and don’t want to boycott my favorite things. Believe me, autistic brand loyalty is like nothing you’ve seen.
So please, support actually autistic approved organizations and market directly to us . So damn awkward hearing about Autistics like we can’t hear folks talking about us. Please support us in
#beautyforautistics Here’s an example of what marketing could look like . . .