Squawk about disability and society
An organization whose real mission were to provide support for autistic people and families might realize that it's *easier* to work on directing the mission toward more support services, etc., rather than releasing the hounds on everybody who objects to their practices. The fact that they're not responsive to autistic voices seems to be further proof that their mission is solely "eliminate autistic people", and if that doesn't work, "make a crapload of money". Even the humblest of nonprofit organizations have public surveys and QA meetings to make sure their "target consumer" is happy.
So true.I always enjoy your attention to detail in your parody pictures, Bev; the upside-down puzzle piece definitely helps to illustrate the point.
omg that is funny Bev! Did the girl get her domain back? That just burns me up SO BAD!
That fact that Autism Speaks did that is despicable. What you have here is fantastic. I love it.
Lessons learnt: outsource your parody sites to minors. PSU them in Bitcoin and have them host the sites in international waters domains. It's always good to escape to freedom from tyranny. xD
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