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Jul 1
25

I am right there with you. “He had challenges we couldn’t foresee” Yeah that’s pretty much parenting an autistic child in a nutshell, lady.

Jul 1
62

She was literally asking on message boards about kids who have disabilities that “seem hard but aren’t really.” She was someone looking to cast the reality show she’s decided to make her life and she kicked the kid to the curb because it turns out his disability was harder than she thought. She deserves any and all Read more

Jun 12
2

Institutionalizing is still more widespread than you would think. After my son’s diagnosis I remember doing some frantic googling that said only 49% of autistic adults were institutionalized. I distinctly remember it as an instance where someone trying to be comforting accidentally causes a great deal more distress.

Jun 12
1

I’m not sure post my son’s diagnosis I could watch a movie like this. I watched The Predator last year and the depiction of autism in it was equally groan inducing. I didn’t find myself offended exactly though, just not really interested in this fake portrayal of a real issue effecting people. Would a real autistic Read more

May 29
2

Oh I bet you’d be surprised what she’d be willing to do if one of her biological kids wasn’t as demonstrative with affection as she wants for her videos. Clearly if you can’t love mommy on camera for all the nice viewers and sponsors at home you’re a sick little boy who would probably be happier in someone else’s Read more

May 28
8

I have two reactions to this both pretty visceral. My 3 year old son is autistic. And the fact that these assholes tossed out their son because he didn’t fit into their bullshit lifestyle grift makes me want to murder someone. But also I’m relieved for the child that he’s free from the grasp of these fucking Read more

Feb 11
1

Strokes have been pretty over hyped since they came out because they did drugs with everyone who wrote about music in New York in the early 2000's. 

Jan 29
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There literally is no objectively good artistic thing. It’s all however something strikes you, some things can be generally thought of as good or bad but that doesn’t mean they are intrinsically so. 

Jan 28
2

Thought the first chapter is one of the greatest things I’ve ever read in my life and then the rest of the book happened, and happened, and happened.

Jan 22
7

Michael Che is way too sensitive and Jack Allison is a self important troll. That’s the shortest possible version of this article. 

Jan 6
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To be fair to Tom Hanks when he was coming up as an actor most of the directors WERE men. But for my money his performance in Penny Marshall’s A League of Their Own is still his best.