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  • Jessi Cash

    Autists speak so listen!

  • Danielle Schaar

    Autism speaks... listen. **should say listen to people with autism rather than autistics**. But true anyways.

  • LindseyMorgan Beatse

    basically if you can't handle perseveration and echolalia sprinkled with inappropriate questions, you should take that puzzle piece off of your car, woman at Walgreens.

Autism Accepted, Puzzles Pieces, Autism Species, Autism Awareness, Autist Speaking, Cars, Autism Adhd Add, My Children, Autism Speaking

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