About Yenn Bio: I am an autistic author, presenter and blogger. I blog about Autism, Disability and gender diversity View complete profile Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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very informative XD love it. i truly do, not kidding.
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Judy (An Autism Observer)
Thank you – and done 🙂
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May I please have some discussion on financial planning for heterosexual aspie aspie relationships?
We were homeless and decided to plan a family and moved to Maryborough qld and Centrelink cut us off our doll.
We are so frustrated because we know we have a disability with ability but the homelessness is making me think out of fear and we can’t even wipe our butts with out stealing toilet paper from public toilets.
We have many skills but our location has low employment and we just….
Ah what’s the point trying lol!
This is a project that I started but have lost my confidence
I’m Isabel, a member of the aces group in DC. I am a board member and co-founder of The Asexual Awareness Project (TAAP), an ace activist group. We’re trying to write a book on asexuality and aromanticism that is geared towards people who work with asexual and/or aromantic people in a professional setting — i.e. mental health professionals, doctors, guidance counselors, volunteers/employees at LGBTQ+ centers, etc.
We aim to make this book representative of a diverse range of experiences, and in order to do that, we are looking for asexual and/or aromantic people who might be willing to take a survey to share their experiences; either in the form of direct quotes or as a reference for our own writing. Would you mind posting this information to your site? This is the survey link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiwnsg0mCDRD3uSN6Z70tarC7O4RbOK2ZRjrE5nCTmX_i4fA/viewform.
I’d be happy to talk to you about this more – you can email TAAP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to talk to you soon!
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