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7 Incorrect Assumptions About Autistic Females

Yes, I want Legos and no, I don’t want kids.

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My mom always said, “never assume. Look at the way it’s spelled. To assume makes an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’.”

Cliche, I know. But my mom was completely right. (And besides, hearing your mom say “ass” when you’re six years old is pretty…




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