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I want to tell you a story about Alex.

She was a shy child in many ways. This may not be immediately obvious to others, to teachers. Alex is pleasant. Alex is agreeable. Alex smiles softly to fit in. Alex makes jokes and laughs loudly so her classmates know she is fun to play with. Alex is…




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Lennie Varvarides

Lennie Varvarides

London-based dyslexic creative working in development. Founder of DYSPLA, founding editor @ The Museum of the Neurodivergent-Aesthetic.

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