This is what “pathologizing” looks like

(The following essay is satire. It is intended to have a humorous effect. However, like other satire, it is also intended to make you think seriously about the issue at hand.) (It is also not intended to shame anyone, neurotypical or neurodivergent, or mock their emotional needs and preferences. The topic was chosen because many […]

via This is What “Pathologizing” Looks Like — Restless Hands

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