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Want to learn more about the autistic, neurodivergent, and LGBTQIA+ spaces from other perspectives? Well, you’ve come to the right place!


Here you can find many different ways of learning more about autism and neurodiversity. Many incredible sites, blogs, and publications are featured for a better understanding of the neurodivergent experience. Most importantly of all, nearly all of these are written and created by actually autistic folks. This list is by no means definitive, and will always be getting updates.

Websites created and run by neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, and BIPOC advocates:

These websites are incredible resources of information on what it means to be autistic, queer, or a person of color. Understanding the myriad of ways people experience the world is key to understanding intersectionality. This list will be continued to be updated over time.

Autistic, Typing

Neurodivergent Rebel

Autistic Science Person


Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)

I, Autistic

Asiatu “Coach” Lawoyin Empowerment Services

Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism

Stop ABA, Support Autistics

Navigating Life

The Art of Autism

Parenting Through The Fog

Black Girl, Lost Keys

Learn From Autistics

Spectrum Women

Crutches and Spice

NerodiverLetras Au

Non-Profits worth checking out:

Listed here are many intersectional non-profit organizations that I believe are worth your time looking into. Many of these are organizations that I have worked with directly before in the past, and all of them are ones that have my support:

The Gathering Place

Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint

Neurodiversity Foundation

Center for Neurodiversity

African American Policy Forum

Center for Intersectional Justice


TGI Justice Project

Critical Resistance

Project NIA

Vermont Access to Reproductive Freedom

Echoing Ida Archive – Forward Together

Trans Lifeline

Southerners on New Ground

Punk Rock Saves Lives

Facebook Pages and Blogs:
Resources and Articles on Neurodiversity:

Do you want more information on understanding autism and neurodiversity? Featured here are many different articles and publications on just that, all covering many different topics and subjects. This is not a definitive list and will continue to be updated over time.

Why Applied Behavioral Analysis Is Problematic:

Why ABA Therapy is Harmful to Autistic People

The Great Big ABA Opposition Resource List

5 Important Reasons Even “New ABA” is Problematic

If Not ABA Therapy, Then What?

what is Applied Behavior Analysis, and why is it so terrible?

Long-term ABA Therapy Is Abusive: A Response to Gorycki, Ruppel, and Zane

Invisible Abuse: ABA and the things only autistic people can see

Understanding Autism 101:

What is Neurodiversity?

What Is Autism?

The Fallacy of Functioning Labels

“Autism is a Spectrum” Doesn’t Mean What You Think

“Severe Autism” Is a Label that Tells You Nothing about an Autistic Person

Information & Resources for Newly Diagnosed or Recognized Autistic Women & Nonbinary Individuals

Autism, diagnosis, identity, and culture

Why You Should Not Support Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks Does Not Speak for Autistic People

Autism Advocacy Terms- Speak Like an Advocate

Autism resources for parents, educators, and family members:

How to Spot a Good– or Bad– Therapist for Your Autistic Child

Directory of Specialists Diagnosing Autism in Adults

The Right to Privacy for Nonspeaking Autistics

How To Ask An Autistic 101

Everybody Communicates: Toolkit for Accessing Communication Assessments, Funding, and Accommodations

All About AAC: A Guide to Augmentative and Alternative Communication Options!

Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Speaking Autistic Adults: Overview and Recommendations

Understanding Autism, Aggression and Self-Injury: Medical Approaches and Best Support Practices

Information & Resources for Parents & Caregivers of Newly Diagnosed Autistic Girls

Talking about Autism: The Top 5 Language Mistakes You’re Making

The Neurotypical Parent’s Autism Advocacy Toolkit

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