Possibly the first in a series of Autism Hub trading cards. To have your own card included in the set, (1) do something(s) extraordinary, and (2) be treated abusively for the thing(s), and (3) be dismissed as someone who couldn't possibly have done the thing(s) himself or herself. Also be a member of Autism Hub. For anyone who finds these standards too demanding, you can always make your own. You can nominate yourself or another hub member for a card in the comment section here.
Disclaimer: The woman pictured is not actually Kathleen, but an anonymous 1960s housewife "type." The man is not Kathleen either. He is Glen Campbell who sang "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife," an ode to egoism as much as to sexism. The rat could not be reached for comment. W e are unable to state with certainty that the rat is not actually named "clifford." The money and drugs are imaginary, part of the "dream" cooked up by someone or other. No autistics were harmed in the creation of this virtual trading card.