Abled society is obsessed with telling us what we can’t do, insisting that it’s somehow their “moral duty” to protect us from disappointment. Continue reading Robbing Neurodivergent Kids of Their Futures
What’s important is navigation, not strength. We can become skilled at navigating our weaknesses and limitations — whether they are related to disabilities or not. We can strengthen some weaknesses, and others we’ll build supports around. We can break through some limitations, and others we’ll create buffers and boundaries for. Continue reading What is Disabled and Neurodivergent Productivity?
We are powerless against what we don’t understand.
The things we call “mysterious” exist outside our understanding and ability to influence. Continue reading Mystery = Powerlessness