‘I Thought I Was Lazy’: The Invisible Struggle For Autistic Women

Adapting to daily life is not often factored into the diagnostic process for autism. It should be.

‘I Thought I Was Lazy’: The Invisible Day-To-Day Struggle For Autistic Women

Rushing off the subway platform, I race through the crowded streets to try to make lunch with my friend. I’ve canceled on her twice this week, something she isn’t exactly thrilled about. As I cross an intersection, my foot catches the curb and I tumble to…

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