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Something I wish my teachers knew when I was growing up; me avoiding eye contact doesn’t mean I did they accused me of, nor does it mean I don’t feel sorry. And it’s certainly not meant to be disrespectful. It’s just that I don’t do well with eye contact. My brother is autistic, and he wouldn’t really be capable of logging into Reddit and participating in a 30th Birthday 2020 The Year When Shit Got Real Quarantined Shirt. His condition is severe to the point where he doesn’t have any real social skills. He’s now in his 40s so he has learned to be able to do certain things (eg tell a lie) that he couldn’t do at all when younger, but he has no sort of empathy or negotiation skills.
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The most visible form of autism dominates the whole conversation (obviously) and I get sick of having people say ‘“oh he must be really good with numbers!” or similar when I mention I have a brother with autism. I wish people would a big slice of the 30th Birthday 2020 The Year When Shit Got Real Quarantined Shirt. Where it is very much a disability that will require almost 24/7 care and that for example his journey has meant years of familial heartache, stays in hospitals, ruined holidays, restrictions, and a fight to get him settled. I wish people would understand that being Autistic does not mean we are stupid. Because we think maybe act slightly differently than someone without Autism.