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Kyriolexy: The use of literal or simple expressions, as distinguished from the use of figurative or obscure ones.

Neurodiversity: an idea which asserts that atypical (neurodivergent) neurological development is a normal human difference that is to be recognized and respected as any other human variation.

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7 Responses to About

  1. Hello Adkyriolexy —

    Would you consider allowing me to republish some of your posts at Shift Journal — with of course attribution and links back to the originals?

    Let me know.

    Thanks —

    Mark Stairwalt

  2. Excellent. Thank you.

  3. haddayr says:

    Hello. I hope it’s okay to comment here. I just saw your comment on the blog “Autism and Oughtisms.” I am a neurotypical parent of an autistic child and I wrote a supportive comment in response to you. Although she found the time to go on and on about how your considered, thoughtful and remarkably calm response was ‘hateful,’ she did not find the time to approve my comment criticizing her strange apples-to-oranges comparisons of privilege and my approval of your comment. I am willing to bet other parents of autistic kids also posted supportive comments you just can’t see. Thank you for your willingness to engage with such an inflammatory and illogical person; I am sure I am not the only one who appreciated your patience.

  4. Rosemary Scott says:

    Hi adkyriolexy!

    I just shared a quote from one of your posts onto our Aspergers and Autism Resources facebook page.
    We’d love to see you there. Everyone is welcome to share their own insights šŸ™‚
    http://tinyurl.com/llc36j6

  5. Pingback: The autistic brain is very much alive | Aspergers and Autism Resources

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